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geoff matters
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daniel smith

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chris burke
kacy wiggins

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kino

Alien Masks

erformance at GLASSHOUSE ArtLifeLab.
Alien Mask - Kino
Male alien mask made from reclaimed cardboard packing molds.
Alien Mask - Ixtel
Female alien mask made from reclaimed cardboard packing molds.

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Gendered masks designed and constructed for performance.
Location: GLASSHOUSE ArtLifeLab, Bushwick, Brooklyn March 21, 2015.
Materials: Reclaimed cardboard packing molds, el wire, zip-ties.

Rave Monolith

Rave Monolith
Rave Monolith Hanging Light Installation, 4×8 feet

Complementary color light sculpture.
Location: The Revolution Earth Initiation warehouse event, Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn December 12 2014.
Materials: 32 reclaimed cardboard egg pallets, dual reclaimed programmable LED spotlights, zip-ties.

Solar Cinéma

Solar Cinéma
Solar Cinéma

Off-grid video projection, 72 hour runtime.
Location: Alien Acres, Preston Hollow, New York July 18-21 2014.
Materials: Solar panel, sound system built from reclaimed wine boxes and reclaimed television speakers, pico-projector, four layer mesh screen from reclaimed polyester curtains, airplane cables, metal pipe frame crafted from reclaimed vintage tent poles, reclaimed half-dome beach tent.

Paseo De Las Artes

Paseo De Las Artes / Uptown Arts Stroll

2014 “Ghosting Around Town
2015 “Street Kink

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May 30 to June 30 2015

Now showing four photographic prints from the ongoing series Street Kink.

Street Kink is an ongoing series of temporary attractions, provocative characters and intimate moments. Kino interacts with street subjects rather than just capturing as a voyeur. He provokes, makes love with his lens as he cycles city streets. Subtle deviant gestures, winks or nods create conversation trading innuendo that speak about our desire, fantasy and attraction. Kino captures those who walk the streets of New York in moments that reflect the naughtiness in us all.

Chano Barber Shop
4386 Broadway
Btw. West 187th – 189th Streets
New York, New York 10040
Mon-Sat 9am – 7pm

"Street Kink" exhibition at Chano Barber Shop in Inwood.
"Street Kink" exhibition at Chano Barber Shop in Inwood.

See the other exhibits that are part of the Art Stroll. A PDF listing all the locations and artists participating with the Arts Stroll. Find out more about the organizers NoMAA Arts. Many heartfelt thanks to to this great organization.

Thanks to all the patrons.
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"Ghosting Around Town" exhibition at Chano Barber Shop in Inwood.
"Ghosting Around Town" exhibition at Chano Barber Shop in Inwood.

May 30 to June 30 2014

Now showing four photographic prints from the ongoing series Ghosting Around Town.
Photographs appear in two locations along the Paseo De Las Artes:

Manny Bicycles
Eight Bennet Ave
Btw. West 181st – 184th Streets
New York, New York 10033
Mon-Sat 11am – 7pm

Chano Barber Shop
4386 Broadway
Btw. West 187th – 189th Streets
New York, New York 10040
Mon-Sat 9am – 7pm

Map for walking from Manny Bicycles to Chano Barber Shop. The exhibit will be up for the entire month of June. Please patronize these excellent local establishments – get a famous uptown cut from Chano or have Manny give your bicycle a tune up. There is a very scenic route for biking from downtown via the Hudson River.

Chano Barber Shop Crew.
Chano Barber Shop Crew.

See the other exhibits that are part of the Art Stroll. A PDF listing all the locations and artists participating with the Arts Stroll. Find out more about the organizers NoMAA Arts. Many heartfelt thanks to to this great organization.

Thanks to all the patrons.

Ghosting Around Town.
Ghosting Around Town.

Kathmandu

Kathmandu

Valentines Day can be a bit stressful for those searching. It’s best to approach such a day completely randomly. A week ago the preparations were already massively underway. So much red, so much pink and so much advice that will teach any man how to cry. But then again hearts and cupids can be fun and even a bit mischievous. Something, though seems to have gotten a hold of retail to don a certain lavishness not seen before. While performing a bit of predatory shopping happened upon a sight. Is it perhaps because we are all already so interconnected?

Crush-worthy * D E A L S *

Sorry for the blur but it really does say Crush-worthy * D E A L S *. This kind of cheekiness is genuine public service to relieve some of the pressures associated with our official day for love. The excitement already started to build when #ActivistPickUpLines started trending:

“I’m a socialist in the streets but an anarchist in the sheets,” #activistpickuplines.
— Elizabeth Sauvage (@petitehope) February 14, 2014

Suddenly an invite popped up for an event at the Chocolate Factory in Bushwick that promised less thinking about me + you with a keen mission to fundraise for a school in Kathmandu. Quite romantic search for love on a mission to Kathmandu, who could resist? Whipped up some chocolate treats and headed to the chocolate factory in Bushwick. The dance floor was in full swing, we all had a delicious time.


Find out more about the Kathmandu project in Nepal from the 108 Lives Project. The sugar free / dairy free chocolate recipe that sustained us that night, which might sustain your journey to Kathmandu:

Ingredients

Preparation

  1. Heat the coconut oil.
  2. Crisp the hazelnuts in the hot oil.
  3. Take the pan off the fire and begin to heat with a double pan of water.
  4. Add the cocoa until the oil begins to get thick.
  5. Add the stevia a few drops at a time until a sweetness starts to show in the taste.
  6. Grind the green pepper into the mixture and drizzle on the coarse salt.
  7. Turn off the heat and stir in the raw honey.
  8. Fill silicon forms and chill in freezer for thirty minutes.
  9. Wrap in cellophane and chill some more.
Fresh chocolate just broke the mold.
Fresh chocolate just broke the mold.
Cup'O'Chocolate.
Cup’O’Chocolate.