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Artists working for just societies in the US and around the world

Solo Show for Alfred Jaar in Lisbon, Portugal

Work by Prospectus artist Alfredo Jaar (Public Interventions) is being shown in Lisbon, Portugal: Alfredo Jaar: Shadows Lisboa Capital Ibero-Americana da Cultura Carpintarias de São Lázaro, Lisbon, Portugal May 20 – Sep 4, 2017  

Leonard/Campos-Pons Installation Part of Documenta 14 in Greece

Matanzas Sound Map (2017) by Prospectus artists Neil Leonard and Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons is on view through Sunday, July 16, at the Nikos Kessanlis Exhibition Hall, Athens School of Fine Arts, Pireos 256, Athens, as part of the international art exhibition Documenta 14, which for the first time this year is split between Kassel, Germany, […]

Solo Show in Boston for Ellen Driscoll through June 23

The Rafius Fane Gallery, 460C Harrison Ave., Suite #C24, Boston, has organized an exhibition of Prospectus artist Ellen Driscoll’s recent fabric sculptures. It will be on view from May 5 through June 23, 2017. According to the gallery, “Driscoll combines cloth that typically covers the body as clothing or blanket with larger abstractions of maps and […]

Nancy Andrews
In Health

Nancy Andrews

Loupette and the Moon + Delirious For the Prospectus, filmmaker and visual/performance artist Nancy Andrews has created a comic book, Loupette and the Moon, featuring the story of a girl with hypertrichosis, a condition of more-than-normal body hair growth, or, as Nancy puts it, a tale of “genetics and destiny.” She also has contributed new […]

Hiroko Kikuchi + Jeremy Liu

Hiroko Kikuchi + Jeremy Liu

Creative Determinants of Health The Creative Determinants of Health Cards are a game, a manual, a meditation and a muse for understanding the Social Determinants of Health. The Cards are a result of combining the concept of Creative Intelligences, the way in which people create an understanding of the world around them, with the Social […]

Institute for Infinitely Small Things

Institute for Infinitely Small Things

Erase the Border The Institute for Infinitely Small Things has been working for two years on various aspects of the Erase the Border project with members of the Tohono O’odham tribe, especially Ofelia Rivas, a prominent tribal activist and artist. After several iterations, their Prospectus contribution consists of a website centered on an aural, participatory […]

Natalie Jeremijenko

Natalie Jeremijenko

Environmental Health Clinic + Cross(x)Species Adventure Club In 2010 and 2011, Artists in Context worked with artist/engineer Natalie Jeremijenko to plan and partially implement a Boston field office of her Environmental Health Clinic and to inaugurate a series of dinners and related workshops as a branch of her Cross(x)Species Adventure Club in Boston.  Documentation from […]

Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons + Neil Leonard

Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons + Neil Leonard

FeFa Contents FeFa Havana FeFa Venice Biennale FeFa Venice Biennale Installation FeFa Boxes Essay: “The Negotiation of the Faithful” Essay: “La negociación de los fieles” Bios Magda’s and Neil’s Prospectus contributions are based on their continuing multimedia art work FeFa. FeFa stands for “familiares en el estranjero” [Fe] and “family abroad “[Fa]. According to Magda, […]

Kelly Dobson

Kelly Dobson

Two Untitled Projects   Begun in 2010, Kelly’s work for the Prospectus consists of designing and prototyping 1) a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) intended to improve the experience of premature infants, their parents/families and medical personnel in the NICU; 2) a two-site, large-scale pair of sculptures that will offer a visceral and autonomic communication […]

Deb Todd Wheeler + Bec Conrad + Michael Nagle

Deb Todd Wheeler + Bec Conrad + Michael Nagle

Chromatic Energy Mirror How much do we know about the energy we use? With the right tools, our city’s buildings could tell us directly about the energy used within and give us insight into when our system is strained and close to a brownout and when it has the resources available for normal usage. Can […]

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