In Letters Sent Sometime After the Continents Divorced, Alicia Escott addresses extinct species as long lost loves.
These ephemera portraits represent improvised issues of Landfill Quarterly, constructed by participants at the 2011 Creative Time Summit and exhibition.
These cards document responses to a question Brindalyn Webster posed to attendees at Bay Area community meetings: “If this meeting was a piece of architecture, what would it be?”
When gallery visitors opened cabinet doors to access the food inside, this pulley-rigged metal harness tugged at the corners of the artist’s mouth.
Animal Estates builds new dwellings for displaced species, inviting them to return to the same cities that drove them out.
For The Cries of San Francisco, artists hawked their goods and services by calling out into the gallery and the city streets.
As part of a two-day workshop organized by Alyse Emdur and Michael Parker and hosted by High Desert Test Sites, participants learned to build solar ovens using cardboard boxes, glue, newspaper, and aluminum foil.
This guide provides a subjective geography of Los Angeles by pointing to pockets in which alternate ways of living in the city are evident, if sometimes unseen.