Needed: 2 people to work small knitting looms & 10 knitters to make some pieces by hand. As you probably can guess, Magda’s projects typically require a lot of wo/man hours. This fall Magda is putting up her most ambitious commissioned installation yet. It’s going to be here in Austin and Magda’s shopping for some help. Magda invites you to a meeting to kickstart the project, complete with specific details, compensation info, deadlines and more: Thursday, August 26 at 7pm […]
As part of Art Week Austin, I transformed Carl Trominski’s blue signs on Lamar between Cesar Chavez and 5th Street. The City shut down the outside lanes and let us work from 8pm to 5am – an inverted work day. Here are some images of the work in progress. Daylight pictures to come!
We’re gearing up for Art Week Austin with new pieces. Yesterday the lamp post in front of Domy Books was hit with argyle. More installations will be up today and all week. I’ll be tweeting about it as I go. Hope to see ya’ll around! (more pictures after the jump…)
A sneak peak into the production of my next very exciting project going up in Rome next month… My living room has been taken over as a studio this spring, and the floor is covered with these neon tubes. In just a few weeks I can stop knitting for a while and install! I’ll be experimenting with some new processes and concepts for this exhibition at Rome’s Palazzo delle Esposizioni, so expect more pictures and news soon. As for now, […]
I knew very little about PechaKucha until the nice folks at Dyal and Partners approached me about speaking. I’m like “sure, why not?” and then they told me the fun little game I get to play of having 20 seconds per slide to talk… and you see, I love to talk, so this was a big problem. I managed to get through with very little rambling. I am really REALLY glad I had those 2 beers before I went […]