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Family Style

Family Style

I’d like to introduce you to David Sanford. The Long Walk’s newest BFF. Overhearing me talk about needing more help  feeding The Long Walkers, David volunteered for the position. After chatting with David and learning that his goal is to “create experiences that remind people of our fundamental human connectedness and that a shared meal...
Field Trip with Sarah

Field Trip with Sarah

Last weekend Sarah Kavage and I took a field trip/site visit. It was one of those exceptional Seattle summer days where the weather is perfect. We walked parts of the RTS, visited The Falls, checked out our future camp sites, and ate two pounds of Rainier cherries.   Here are some of the things that...
The Party Everyone Is Looking For...

The Party Everyone Is Looking For…

…was last night. Chef Matt Dillon and the Corson Building Crew (including Rosie The Goat) threw down an amazing Bastille Day Soiree, Georgetown stylee, at the Corson Building compound in Seattle. Oysters, rosé, delicious snacks, old friends, new friends, The Vis à Vis Society, Eldridge Gravy and the Court Supreme (Eldridge has a complex wardrobe that combines...
Review of NKO's show

Review of NKO’s show

Jen Graves reviewed NKO’s show on The Stranger Blog…. NKO’s “Another Total Failure of Language” posted by Jen Graves on MON, JUL 11, 2011 at 1:43 PM NKO’s show of art that colonized his freeway-side apartment, detailing a year’s worth of coping with traumatic brain injury, was only up for a few days. I’ve been getting emails from people...
Moving Art

Moving Art

If you’re in New York City in August keep a look out for a pop-up exhibition I’m part of housed in a moving van and curated Victoria Yee Howe and Sierra Stinson’s. Sierra’s Seattle-based “openings only” gallery Vignettes is an amazing little art portal and one of my favorite galleries in Seattle (especially after the...
New Work by NKO - Another Total Failure of Language

New Work by NKO – Another Total Failure of Language

  NKO Another Total Failure of Language Tuesday, June 21 through Sunday, June 26 2011 The Dover – 901 6th AVE #309 Seattle WA 98102 Artist Reception: Tuesday, June 21 5 – 10pm Another Total Failure of Language is Seattle-based artist NKO’s look at his past year dealing with a traumatic brain injury. In NKO’s...
Todd Shalom gays up the dérive

Todd Shalom gays up the dérive

I met Todd Shalom four or five years ago at Walter De Maria’s Lightning Fields in New Mexico. We wandered around the desert together watching jackrabbits, strange insects, and the light change while talking about love and relationships. Year later we both started walking projects (oddly enough, another artist who was there with us, Aaron...
The Geography of Contemporary Geography

The Geography of Contemporary Geography

I met Emilia Kennedy and Andrew Shmuely, doctoral students in the Department of Geography at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, when they stayed at my studio while attending a geography conference in Seattle.  After briefly getting to know each other we quickly noticed that, while our methods are different, we share a similar interest...
Floraforum

Floraforum

I recently met with Jim Demetre, one of  Seattle’s (few) art critics and the publisher and editor of Artdish, an online journal of Northwest art criticism.  He is also a noted horticulturist, landscape designer, naturalist, and former gardener for the City of Seattle. We talked about punk rock, the necessity of the sense of discovery...
Party in the Park

Party in the Park

The Seattle Art Museum and I invite you to Party in the Park on Friday, June, 17th from 8pm – 12am Along with the DJs, bands, and food carts that will be in attendance, SAM invited me to create fragrances inspired by the Olympic Sculpture Park (Parks and walking have a long history together. Last...
TLW is "SOLD OUT"

TLW is “SOLD OUT”

The Long Walk “sold out” in 5 hours! Thank you for all your interest and enthusiasm. If you didn’t get a reservation and would like to get your name on the waiting list (and be alerted about any future iterations of The Long Walk), please email Jordan Howland: jordan.howland@4culture.org
Bad at Sports interview with walking artist Hamish Fulton

Bad at Sports interview with walking artist Hamish Fulton

http://badatsports.com/2011/episode-282-hamish-fulton/ An intimate conversation with artist Hamish Fulton and Duncan MacKenzie, Co-Host of Bad at Sports Hamish Fulton first came to prominence in the late 1960s as one of a number of artists – including Richard Long and Gilbert & George – who were exploring new forms of sculpture and landscape art. A central characteristic...