Made entirely of repurposed junk mail, Swarm A is a paper installation currently on display at the Better World Museum, Minneapolis.
Communities are at their best when citizens work together towards a common goal, each one bringing their unique point of view, strengths and weaknesses into the effort. Read about the genesis of an art installation celebrating this idea.
After having folded 672 paper balloons (only 328 to go!) it is now time for me to officially launch my "breath capture" campaign!
“Curating jury”. That sounds grand and scary. Not to my five-year-old son, who, of course, has answers to all their questions.
A few days ago, I was talking drill-bits and pliers with my husband. Who knew I'd be digging around for embroidery needles today.
With thirteen days to go before the submission period ends, I've been toying around with different paper weight and sizes. I am now set on using a mixture of 8 and 7 square inch pieces of tracing paper and discarded printing paper. The easy, "crafty" part of the project is pretty much settled. (just have … Continue reading Getting technical
Thinking of the mere physical size of the project gave me a headache last night. I am intent on folding 1000 "catch-a-breaths". One thousand. I did some math and... once inflated and aligned in a nice, flat, organic shape, the installation would require 40 square meters ! Now, I have to consider lowering the number … Continue reading Trial and error