Projects

To Have and to Owe

To Have and to Owe is a research platform for thinking about debt that focuses on the social relations that debt engenders.

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To Have and to Owe

To Have and to Owe is a research platform for thinking about debt that focuses on the social relations that debt engenders.

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The Infinity Burial Project

The Infinity Burial Project proposes alternatives for the postmortem body that promote and facilitate an individual engagement with the process of decomposition. The Project features the development of a unique strain of mushroom that decomposes and remediates toxins in human

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The Infinity Burial Project

The Infinity Burial Project proposes alternatives for the postmortem body that promote and facilitate an individual engagement with the process of decomposition. The Project features the development of a unique strain of mushroom that decomposes and remediates toxins in human

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A People’s Archive of Sinking and Melting

The Archive will be comprised of objects sent by people living in places where climate change is implicated in either current or future disappearance. Anyone who lives in a ‘sinking and melting’ places – places which currently or in the

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A People’s Archive of Sinking and Melting

The Archive will be comprised of objects sent by people living in places where climate change is implicated in either current or future disappearance. Anyone who lives in a ‘sinking and melting’ places – places which currently or in the

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Hanns Eisler Nail Salon

Hanns Eisler Nail Salon is a project administered in association with Moving Theater, a nonprofit organization founded in 2003 by artists Brennan Gerard and Ryan Kelly to support discipline-defying, frontier-crossing projects in the performing and visual arts

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Hanns Eisler Nail Salon

Hanns Eisler Nail Salon is a project administered in association with Moving Theater, a nonprofit organization founded in 2003 by artists Brennan Gerard and Ryan Kelly to support discipline-defying, frontier-crossing projects in the performing and visual arts

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Provisions Research Residencies

Provisions Library, a non-profit instigator of arts and social change in Washington DC, is pleased to launch research residencies that investigate futures for creative civil society. The program will bring together four residents (artists, scholars, activists, and practitioners) for research-based

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Provisions Research Residencies

Provisions Library, a non-profit instigator of arts and social change in Washington DC, is pleased to launch research residencies that investigate futures for creative civil society. The program will bring together four residents (artists, scholars, activists, and practitioners) for research-based

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Machine Project Hammer Museum Public Engagement Artist in Residence Report released

In 2010/2011 Machine Project produced a year of programming which proposed new, alternative, and experimental ways of presenting work at the Hammer Museum. Projects included a vacation for houseplants, a two minute performance series underneath the stairs, an overnight dream-in

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Machine Project Hammer Museum Public Engagement Artist in Residence Report released

In 2010/2011 Machine Project produced a year of programming which proposed new, alternative, and experimental ways of presenting work at the Hammer Museum. Projects included a vacation for houseplants, a two minute performance series underneath the stairs, an overnight dream-in

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UndocuQueer

“I am UndocuQueer!” is an art project in conjunction with the Undocumented Queer Youth Collective and the Queer Undocumented Immigrant Project (QUIP) that aims to give us undocumented queers more of a presence in the discussion of migrant rights.

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UndocuQueer

“I am UndocuQueer!” is an art project in conjunction with the Undocumented Queer Youth Collective and the Queer Undocumented Immigrant Project (QUIP) that aims to give us undocumented queers more of a presence in the discussion of migrant rights.

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