Now that Landscapes of Quarantine is up and open for view—and will be until April 17—we're off for a quick vacation. The opening night was amazing; thanks to everyone who came out, to everyone who helped set up, and to everyone whose work appears in the show. Thanks, especially, to Glen Cummings of MTWTF for a fantastic exhibition design, and to Josh Hearn and César Cotta for sticking around all week for 3am vinyl installations, multiple coats of paint, and more.

[Image: Outside-in: looking into Brian Slocum's panel installation (left) and Jeffrey Inaba's/C-LAB's temporary sidewalk pavilions, built from Tyvek and blown air, at Storefront for Art and Architecture; photo by Nicola Twilley].

I'm obviously biased, as the show's co-curator, but the works on display are awesome. They are:And, for the opening night party only, Suck/Blow, a pair of sidewalk pavilions constructed from Tyvek and pressurized air, by Jeffrey Inaba/C-LAB with former director of Storefront for Art and Architecture, Joseph Grima.

[Image: Photo by Emiliano Granado].

The show is already getting some great press, such as these articles and previews in Azure, Dwell,, Fast Company, and SEED. Pruned, mammoth, dpr-barcelona, and Life Without Buildings have also all added interests of their own.

I've included a few photos here, meanwhile, but will be posting more about the show once the next few days of travel are done.

I should also briefly add that this is the first post I've ever written while flying in a Wifi-enabled airplane—in this case, over the American midwest—riding through invisible geographies of air, turbulence bobbling us side to side in an experiential, transparent plate tectonics of the sky.

[Image: Photo by Emiliano Granado].

So thanks again for coming out for the exhibition opening. Regular posts will resume soon.

[Images: All photos, except the last five (two of which are by Nicola Twilley and Stacy Fisher), by Emiliano Granado (who appears, with tripod, in the final image)].

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Blogger Foral said...


March 12, 2010 2:49 PM  
Anonymous Anab said...

Looks amazing. If only I could 'favourite' blog posts!

March 12, 2010 4:49 PM  
Blogger Seth said...

wow- i've been immortalized on my favorite blog (top picture). didn't even realize someone was photographing, hope i didn't ruin the shot. gorgeous presentation of the show, by the way.

March 14, 2010 4:23 PM  
Anonymous pique oil said...

I was there a few days ago. Really enjoyed looking through it--very nicely done. I only regret not buying the two MAP issues!!

March 23, 2010 8:43 PM  

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