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  • Study of Waves: An Interview with SCRAAATCH | PennDesign
    Admitted Students Current Undergraduates Current Graduate Students Current Doctoral Students Faculty and Staff Alumni Search form Search Undergraduate Graduate Program Work People Curriculum Resources Events Blog Apply Share Share via Email Fine Arts Posted Jun 9 2015 10 19am Still from digital re performance of SCRAAATCH No 8 2015 Study of Waves An Interview with SCRAAATCH E Jane and chukwumaa MFA 16 interviewed in Rhizome E Jane and chukwumaa both MFA 16 aka SCRAAATCH were interviewed by Mendi and Keith Obadike for Rhizome Read the full interview here To learn more about the artists please click here to visit E Jane s website and here visit chukwumaa s website Rhizome supports contemporary art that creates richer and more critical digital cultures As an arts organization based on the internet Rhizome re thinks artistic creation distribution and reception in relation to changing conditions associated with network technologies shifting attentions uncertain objects multiple authors casual labors An affiliate in residence at the New Museum in New York Rhizome is a leading international organization that supports art and technology online since 1996 For more information about Mendi and Keith Obadike please click here Support PennDesign Your contribution positively impacts our ability to educate

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/fine-arts/graduate/post/study-waves-interview-scraaatch (2015-10-17)
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  • No Meat in Team: May 6 - 29th at Crane Arts Icebox | PennDesign
    University of Pennsylvania Crane Arts Icebox May 6 29th Opening reception Wednesday May 6 6 9pm Second Thursday reception May 14 6 9pm No Meat In Team is an exhibition featuring 40 artists graduating from the MFA programs at Tyler School of Art and the University of Pennsylvania in 2015 Organized and curated by a team of MFA candidates from both schools this exhibition congregates two of Philadelphia s most prominent academic programs in an effort to visualize the concerns common to both institutions The title No Meat in Team plays with the collaborative nature of the project and the shared objective of both programs to come together in a productive way This exhibition initiated organized and curated by students signals a critical step made by both communities to begin actively addressing each other not simply as mutual residents of a city but as contemporaries working in the same field Exhibiting Artists María G Albornoz Natessa Amin Antony Anderson Grimaldi Baez Jennifer Berman Martin Blake Elizaveta Buzytsky Kate Clements Moira Connelly Dominic D Andrea Lindsay Deifik Alex Echevarria Jorge Galvan Charles Hall Jacob C Hammes Ava Hassinger Daniel Haun Sascha Hughes Caley James Howzell Ashley Kuhn Katie Locke Julia Mead

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/fine-arts/graduate/post/no-meat-team-may-6-29th-crane-arts-icebox (2015-10-17)
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  • Alexi Worth: Green Glass Doors | PennDesign
    Curriculum Resources Events Blog Apply Share Share via Email Fine Arts Posted Mar 26 2015 4 28pm Alexi Worth Green Glass Doors Senior Critic Exhibition at DC Moore Gallery Senior Critic Alexi Worth s newest exhibition Green Glass Doors opens this evening at DC Moore Gallery 535 West 22nd Streetm Second Floor at 6 p m The exhibition will be open until April 25 and a gallery talk with Joyce

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/fine-arts/graduate/post/alexi-worth-green-glass-doors (2015-10-17)
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  • Aftermarketpara.de | PennDesign
    6 p m Aftermarketpara de Crate on truck after Marcel Duchamp Boîte en valise Box in a Suitcase 1935 41 The exhibition space is reimagined as an itinerant street theater whose actors are works of art Aftermarketparade was conceived and curated collectively by its participants Chukwumaa Charles Hall Ava Hassinger Corey Herynk Sacha Hughes Caley E Jane Sarah Legow Katie Locke Gonzalo Reyes Rodriguez Derek Rigby Lydia Rosenberg Kasey Short

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/fine-arts/graduate/post/aftermarketparade (2015-10-17)
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  • Orkan Telhan: A Now for MENAM | PennDesign
    People Curriculum Resources Events Blog Apply Share Share via Email Fine Arts Posted Mar 6 2015 1 04pm A Now for MENAM Orkan Telhan A Now for MENAM Faculty work in the Armory Show Assistant Professor of Fine Arts Orkan Telhan s project A Now for MENAM is part of the Armory Show Focus Special Projects in the CULTURERUNNERS Armory exhibition More information about the Armory Show March 5 8 including information about purchasing tickets can be found here A Now for MENAM integrates various historical and contemporary practices of time keeping across the cultural geography of Middle East North Africa and the Mediterranean eschewing the idea of unifying the different time zones and calendar systems used within this vast geography The calendar works as a mobile application that delivers images videos information or text from different archives and online sources The format refers to the calendars published in Turkey since 1900s known as the educational calendar with time A Now for MENAM offers a contemporary take on this format The calendar also functions as a temporal navigator for the CULTURERUNNERS RV and customizes its content based on the RV s travel routes More information about the project can be

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/fine-arts/graduate/post/orkan-telhan-now-menam (2015-10-17)
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  • Graduate Fine Arts - Blog | PennDesign
    3 50pm link February 26 2015 link James Casebere link Sponsored by the Howard A Silverstein Patricia Bleznak Silverstein Photography Lecture Series Read More Posted Jan 5 2015 1 32pm link Discourse link Spring 2015 Lecture Series Announced link PennDesign is pleased to begin the new year with the announcement our Spring 2015 Lecture Series opening with David Benjamin of The Living January 21 and closing with the ANAGPIC Association of North American Graduate Programs in the Conservation of Cultural Property 2015 Conference April 18 Read More Posted Nov 20 2014 4 04pm Students used household materials to build cheaper more sustainable microbial fuel cell kits link Integrating Knowledge for Innovation link A piece in today s Penn Current highlights how the School of Design is pioneering efforts to integrate knowledge as a means of achieving innovation and discovery Read More Posted Nov 18 2014 1 21pm link Ken Lum link Some Reflections on Urban Public Art Today link Today iconic public artworks both permanent and temporary are defining visual elements of many urban landscapes from the LOVE sculpture 1976 in Philadelphia to The Gates installation 2005 in Central Park This has not always been the case While art in the broader sense has always possessed a public dimension due to its requirement of an audience public art was not formalized as a category of discourse until the mid nineteenth century Read More Posted Nov 17 2014 12 38pm link 11 21 2014 11 26 2014 link PUSH THE BUTTON link JENNIFER BERMAN AVA HASSINGER push the button countless miles of non verbal lingo a shiny new companion moving across the rug by the seat of our pants stirring something in a small bowl using a large utensil one golden opportunity to plumb the breath physical distance need not be

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/fine-arts/graduate/blog?page=2 (2015-10-17)
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  • Ellen Neises | PennDesign
    Hunts Point Lifelines protects New York City s Food Distribution Center a major economic hub with 25 000 jobs and 5 billion in annual economic activity that feeds 22 million people in the region The PennDesign OLIN team was recognized in 2014 by the Rockefeller Foundation as one of 4 global resiliency innovators for its comprehensive culture shifting resilience proposal for Hunts Point in the South Bronx The federal and local government have since committed 195 million to Hunts Point resiliency Lifelines is a design collaboration between landscape architects hydrologists engineers economists faculty and graduate students at PennDesign the environmentally pioneering community of Hunts Point The Point Community Development Corporation Barretto Bay Strategies Sustainable South Bronx Rocking the Boat and many other organizations and the major businesses labor unions and elected representatives of Hunts Point Prior to coming to teach at Penn in 2011 Ellen was an associate partner at James Corner Field Operations where she helped build an international landscape architecture and urban design practice Over nine years she developed designs for a wide range of projects involving development strategy complex water dynamics and ecological reclamation including Fresh Kills Park Lake Ontario Park in Toronto stormwater infrastructure on the Harlem River and a major mixed use waterfront development in Baltimore The work Ellen did with James Corner was exhibited at the Venice Biennale 2004 MoMA s Groundswell 2005 Ohio State University 2007 and awarded the National Honour Award by the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects 2009 and the Award for Excellence in Design from the City of New York for infrastructure design 2013 Prior to earning an MLA she worked for nine years on economic development criminal justice and labor policy in New York Alabama and Delaware From a base at Penn over the last 4 years Ellen has

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/landscape-architecture/people/ellen-neises (2015-10-17)
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  • Rebecca Popowsky | PennDesign
    Faculty and Staff Alumni Search form Search Work People Events Blog Resources Courses About Apply Share Share via Email Landscape Architecture Rebecca Popowsky Lecturer rpopowsky gmail com B A in Architecture and Urban Studies Yale University 2003 M L A and M Arch University of Pennsylvania 2010 Rebecca Popowsky has been a practicing landscape architect with the OLIN Partnership since 2009 where she has contributed to a wide range of the studio s project work Projects include the design and construction of Canal Park in Washington DC Dilworth Park in Philadelphia and collaboration with the Army Corps of Engineers on Potomac Park Levee on the National Mall to restore the FEMA floodplain Prior to joining OLIN Rebecca worked as an architectural designer in Florence Italy as a timberframe home builder in Vermont and as a professional trail builder with the Adirondack Mountain Club Rebecca earned dual master s degrees in Architecture and Landscape Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture and Urban Studies from Yale University and participated in an Education Abroad Program in Italy through Syracuse University She co teaches Workshop 1 Field Ecology and Summer Institute Landscape Operations for incoming MLA students Support

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/landscape-architecture/people/rebecca-popowsky (2015-10-17)
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