Tag Archives: SFMOMA Open Space
“The Garden as Protest” considers the recent emergence of urban gardening projects as a form of non-violent protest through the project known as FARM: Future Action Reclamation Mob initiated by designer Robyn Waxman. Read all about it on Open Space.
For this Open Space article I interviewed local artist, Imin Yeh whose printmaking practice addresses cultural stereotypes, labor and consumerism through playful and poignant projects. I had the pleasure of including Imin’s piece “Everybody Loves a Skinny White Boyfriend” in … Continue reading
“Action, Ritual, and Ephemerality: Julia Goodman and the (de)Appropriation Wall” discusses the public art actions of local textile artist, Julia Goodman. With her handmade paper sculptures, Goodman enacts public rituals of mourning that rely upon the ephemerality and non-linearity of … Continue reading
My first article written for SF MOMA’s blog, Open Space entitled “Public Art and Redevelopment” examines a current construction project in San Francisco’s Mission District and questions how public art functions within the context of redevelopment. Check out the article … Continue reading