Special projects

I make things, and curate shows. Please check out a few curious curatorial projects here.

The Ethnobotany group show at Seymour Botanical
Conservatory featured a single-occupancy survival hut
by New York fiber artist, Doug Johnston.

An eco-exhibition, Tacoma Food Forest: Art, Edibles +
Sustainable Culture
unfolded in a 370+ acre wilderness and
permaculture test garden in Tacoma, Washington.

Art Without Borders, Part I explores the relationship
between art, politics and conflict resolution in the work of
French-Tunisian graffiti artist and TED Fellow, eL Seed
(that’s a 50-building project in Cairo, above).

Credits: (top) photo courtesy of Doug Johnston; (center) Mushrooms installation by Acataphasia Grey, photos by Jefferson Mok; (bottom) Perception by eL Seed, photo courtesy of the artist.

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