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Interview with Tom Laverty for Live In Woodbridge

I got to take a break from landscaping over in Woodbridge to speak with Tomas Laverty (who took the above photo). He interviewed me for an ongoing series about the “Workers of Woodbridge”–which includes interesting interviews with other artists, like Nicole McDonald. I mostly spent the time cutting roses and agitating about the rights of […]

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7/9/15 – Rose + Rosie + Rose’s (II)

Artist: Rose E. DeSloover Location: Rose’s Fine Food Breakfast: RED – Half order of buckwheat pancakes, coffee (cream) SRS – Grandpa Richard’s pancakes, side of pork sausage, coffee (black) Excited to be moving forward with Rose on her project–I see what’s developing between us is, in some sense, a kind of art-consultancy exercise. The work we make as […]

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A Public Art Biennial Takes Over a City in Sweden @ Hyperallergic

ÖREBRO, Sweden — Festivals and biennials are typically the purview of curators and organizers, backed by endowed institutions. But in the Swedish city of Örebro, a new paradigm has been building momentum: since 2008, the Swedish city roughly two hours outside Stockholm has celebrated OpenART, a biennial art festival conceived, organized, and conceptually driven by […]

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Mel Andringa puzzles through his process at Play House @ Knight Arts Blog

All this week, Play House has been hosting an artist-in-residence: performance artist, painter and puzzle enthusiast Mel Andringa. As part of their NEA-funded program for supporting artists in the development of new material, The Hinterlands hosted an array of activities led by Andringa this week, in an effort to develop material for a new show that will perhaps […]

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7/8/15 – Oh, Casey, You’re so Fine…

Artist: Casey Rocheteau Location: Brooklyn St. Local (Casey: “Every time I try to convince people Detroit isn’t becoming Brooklyn, it goes and does something like this.” Breakfast: CR – Eggs over easy, rye toast, salad (they were out of roasted potatoes), bacon, coffee (black) SRS – Ham & cheddar omelet, fries (they were out of roasted potatoes), […]

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MKY

Right, so this happened, which is obviously a pretty big deal for me. And first it’s just a lot of self high-fiving, because you’re not supposed to tell anyone. And then a little selective high-fiving from other people, because of course you’re going to tell, like, your mom and your sister, and the handful of […]

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