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"Autoxylopyrocycloboros", 2006. Artist Simon Sterling
"Autoxylopyrocycloboros", 2006. Artist Simon Sterling

Still of one slide a 4minute projection, 38 images.

Exploration. Simon Sterling staged a performance on the waters of Scotland's Loch Long. He piloted a twenty-foot wooden steamboat as his shipmate cut the boat in many pieces, then fed the wood into a firebox. It is a reference to humans willful consumption finite materials, a burnout as we progress in time . This lake is located near the birthplace of James Watt. Mr. Watt's refined steam engines to power ships and locomotives. 

"A-Portable" Atelier Van Lieshout (AVL), 2001
"A-Portable" Atelier Van Lieshout (AVL), 2001

Libertation. Dutch artist Joep van Lieshout created AVL to re-imagine an object's basic purpose in this case to a floating hospital for women's reproductive health care. In collaboration with "Women on Waves" (WOW) founded by Rebecca Gomperts to provide reproductive health care to women with strict access. The WOW vessel transports women to the hospital to receive necessary care, in international waters.

"Radical Seafaring" now through July 24th, 2016.

"Gardiners Island", 2016. Artist Scott Bluedorn
"Gardiners Island", 2016. Artist Scott Bluedorn

Ballpoint pen on paper.

Fieldwork.Bluedorn, a native to the East End, explores the increasing harmful relationship man vs. natural habitats. Osprey nesting homes humans have encroached including those he captured on Gardiners Island.

"Radical Seafaring" now through July 24th, 2016.

"Floating Island to Travel" Robert Smithson, 2006
"Floating Island to Travel" Robert Smithson, 2006

Speculation. Video posthumous performance. A floating barge created in 1971 then reflecting the garbage floating past New Yorkers viewed.

"Radical Seafaring" now through July 24th, 2016

 

"Open Sailing" 2009. Artist Cesar Harada
"Open Sailing" 2009. Artist Cesar Harada

Video capture.

Harada's speculative ocean-based farming seastead "instinctive architecture"....powered by wind, solar and wave power.

Radical Seafaring. Now through July 24, 2016.  

Curated by Andrea Grover.

 

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"Autoxylopyrocycloboros", 2006. Artist Simon Sterling
"A-Portable" Atelier Van Lieshout (AVL), 2001
"Gardiners Island", 2016. Artist Scott Bluedorn
"Floating Island to Travel" Robert Smithson, 2006
"Open Sailing" 2009. Artist Cesar Harada
"Autoxylopyrocycloboros", 2006. Artist Simon Sterling

Still of one slide a 4minute projection, 38 images.

Exploration. Simon Sterling staged a performance on the waters of Scotland's Loch Long. He piloted a twenty-foot wooden steamboat as his shipmate cut the boat in many pieces, then fed the wood into a firebox. It is a reference to humans willful consumption finite materials, a burnout as we progress in time . This lake is located near the birthplace of James Watt. Mr. Watt's refined steam engines to power ships and locomotives. 

"A-Portable" Atelier Van Lieshout (AVL), 2001

Libertation. Dutch artist Joep van Lieshout created AVL to re-imagine an object's basic purpose in this case to a floating hospital for women's reproductive health care. In collaboration with "Women on Waves" (WOW) founded by Rebecca Gomperts to provide reproductive health care to women with strict access. The WOW vessel transports women to the hospital to receive necessary care, in international waters.

"Radical Seafaring" now through July 24th, 2016.

"Gardiners Island", 2016. Artist Scott Bluedorn

Ballpoint pen on paper.

Fieldwork.Bluedorn, a native to the East End, explores the increasing harmful relationship man vs. natural habitats. Osprey nesting homes humans have encroached including those he captured on Gardiners Island.

"Radical Seafaring" now through July 24th, 2016.

"Floating Island to Travel" Robert Smithson, 2006

Speculation. Video posthumous performance. A floating barge created in 1971 then reflecting the garbage floating past New Yorkers viewed.

"Radical Seafaring" now through July 24th, 2016

 

"Open Sailing" 2009. Artist Cesar Harada

Video capture.

Harada's speculative ocean-based farming seastead "instinctive architecture"....powered by wind, solar and wave power.

Radical Seafaring. Now through July 24, 2016.  

Curated by Andrea Grover.

 

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