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Author Archives: transformazium
Hello! You are receiving this email because you have experience building with cement, adobe or plaster. We have built a dome in Western Pennsylvania in the Super Adobe Style, developed by Nadir Kahili. It was built as a prototype for … Continue reading
One of our guides: a woman of wisdom, building hands and poetic vision Mary-Lou Arscott invited us to take part in Gestures: Intimate Friction. http://www.mattress.org/index.cfm?event=ShowExhibition&eid=108&c=upcoming
We take inspiration, we keep moving and we hold. “…In 1997, in a widely reported act, Ms. Rich declined the National Medal of Arts, the United States government’s highest award bestowed upon artists. In a letter to Jane Alexander, then … Continue reading
Check this out about Jim Kidd. It captures him pretty well. And Jose Serrano-McClain invited us to facilitate a discursive space at the Queens Museum of Art in response to the Andrew Moore exhibition. See a video clip here. As part … Continue reading
we have learned and have been engaged in dialogue – while we create with hard questions and the best kind of challenges, join us!
We are super thrilled that Edward Murray is having a show of his photographs as well as a reading of his poetry this Friday night. Please join us in this celebration! Edward’s eye has allowed us to see multiple perspectives … Continue reading
on my way to the post office a desire line: the rainbow chard, standing tall in long rows, each stalk offering a new color combination on its own and with the others, a magnificent wave of color.
We are excited to expand our work project of Deconstruction into a gallery space. And even more so, super thrilled to be part of the Pittsburgh Biennial at the Miller Gallery! We are sharing a floor with our friends at … Continue reading
Grey Market at Fe Gallery Curated by Josh Tonies Artists: Edgar Um, Chad Gordon, Brianna Riggs and Jim Kidd with Transformazium We are excited to share images from Jim Kidd’s work at Fe Gallery. Grey Market allowed Transformazium to share … Continue reading
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