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Winter ready 🦔 [Image description: me in a gray sweatsuit and a very fluffy blue coat with a fluffy red collar and purple sleeves.]
🧐 [Image description: a curb cut that’s been counteracted by a blob of cement.]
So many good things to say about #ParkMcArthur’s show at MoMA but one detail I love is that the brochures are large-print (instead of the common practice of having small print and making an additional large-print version) ▪️ Also, the show is designed to be experienced remotely with an audio guide available via MoMA’s website. Highly recommend! ▪️ [Image description: an open trifold brochure filled with large-print text in MoMA’s typeface MoMA Gothic]
Download my #PowerToThePolls artwork (and artwork by a ton of other great artists) made in collaboration with @amplifierart and @womensmarch to encourage people in your community and beyond to get out the vote on Tuesday! All artwork is free to download and use ➡️ bit.ly/AmplifierPTTP 🗳 [Image description: a hand lettered poster that reads “Proud to be a disabled voter” with some polka dots and zigzag lines for extra pizazz]
Got to see @nevelson_chapel before they start their restoration project — such a beautiful space! ▫️ [Image descriptions: three views of the work Louise Nevelson made for a small chapel. All the work is wood cut outs that have been painted white and layered. There is a great mix of curved shapes and sharp corners.]
I had the pleasure of collaborating with @replystop on the logo for @disabledlistorg’s WITH fellowship program. We selected a Roman typeface and then manipulated the “W” with an algorithm Gabe has been working on. 🔵 Applications are open for for spring WITH fellowships. Fellowships partner creative disabled people with creative organizations. ➡️ Go to disabledlist.org for details. 🔷 [Image description: the word WITH. The “W” is curved and varied in thickness, which makes a fun contrast to the thin, precise “ITH”.]
So many things to think about from @drwngdrwng’s talk last night including this quote from Anni Albers: “Art work deals with the problem of a piece of art, but more, it teaches the process of all creating, the shaping out of the shapeless. We learn from it that no picture exists before it is done, no form before it is shaped.” 🔹 [Image description: Taeyoon Choi speaking in front of a slide showing the Anni Albers quote. Taeyoon is wearing his signature sweatshirt with the words control, user, and machine learn crossed out and replaced with care, person, and unlearn.]
Orion’s in China and I miss him 🌐 [Image description: Orion snuggled into bed, head under his pillow, sleeping in. The sheets are red gingham and the whole scene has a pink tint due to our orange curtains.]
Just a little over a week left to see #MeansOfEgress 🌀 There will be a closing reception on Thursday, November 1 from 6–8 pm featuring a brief tour of the exhibition by the participating artists 🌀 [Image description: a long gallery space bathed in bright sunlight. One of my blue benches is in the foreground along the right wall. Jordana Bernstein’s soft sculptures are hung on the left wall. Kevin Quiles Bonilla and Jeff Kasper’s pieces are farther in the distance.] 🌀 Photo by @fountainhousegallery from their visit to the space.
Got to talk about art, disability, and labor along side a bunch of great people yesterday ⚡️ @jerronmarcel @brundleflylarva @kevinquilesbonilla @ezrabenus @kgotkin @jeffkasperstudio @andyswheelz ⚡️ Thank you to the @brooklynmuseum, @forfreedoms, and Art Beyond Sight for organizing ⚡️ Swipe to see Kevin Gotkin and I our accidentally matching looks ⚡️ [Image description 1: A panel of Kevin Gotkin, Andy Arias, Jeff Kasper, and I. Image description 2: Kevin Gotkin and I in outfits that both feature the exact same shade of pink.] ⚡️ Photos by Ezra and Jerron 💓