When the Mueller Report was released to the public, Joel Eastwood, Dylan Moriarty, and I pumped out this one-day project looking the categorization of redactions. Of it all, I’m most proud of this solitaire-type animation, which is totally responsive!
It’s been a decade since the 2008 Financial Crisis, but risk hasn’t disappeared — it has simply migrated elsewhere. I loved this collaboration with the amazing Jessica Kuronen and Gabriel Gianordoli to tell this expansive story in bite-sized factoids.
R&D is a website that is performed in front of an audience. The slideshow format is completed by a paranoid reading of a script. It is the story of an intern gone rogue.
Because of the performative nature of this piece, this website is available only to those who have the link. To request access, please email me.
266 W 25 St was an open, artist-run space to be activated by a series of short-term projects. We choose not to brand nor give 266 W 25 St a defined mission—opting instead to allow participating artists to craft not only their projects but also the institutions that will surround their work. For every event or presentation held at 266 W 25th St, an institution was designed to best fit the content of the showing. These institutions shifted from one to another, perhaps smoothly, perhaps abruptly.
Part of this project’s program is to temporarily realize these fictional insitutions through design and creative writing. Often this takes the form of a short-term website. After the exhibitions end, the websites are archived.
Below you can find some archived exhibitions:
Anna Vila at The Department of Embodied Fantasy explores failed intimacy through prophetic technology.
Sebastian Quijada Link and The 10th International Convention on the Redrafting of the Oxford English Dictionary explores some alternatives.
Josiah Ellis & Everett Narciso present “Cold Water Trade” at Basement Economics LLC
Lydia Dresser & Moriah Askenaizer celebrate Oblivia’s Sweet 16 at Oblivia’s Parents’ House
The Association of Professional Poets United Incorporated meets biweekly at Pro’s Poetry
The Silver Screen presents a dysfunctional schedule of screenings
- David L. Johson