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

Ellen Driscoll Exhibition in Siena, Italy, through Jan. 31

Venti Trasversali (Crosswinds), an exhibition of new work created in residence at the Siena Art Institute by Prospectus artist Ellen Driscoll (Distant Mirrors website + FASTFORWARDFOSSIL paintings on recycled plastic) can be seen at the Museo di Storia Naturale dell’Accademia dei Fisiocritici, Siena, Italy, through January 31, 2107. This series of drawings by Driscoll began with an […]

Jacob Exhibition at Radcliffe Institute through Jan. 14

Calm. Smoke rises vertically., an exhibition of work by Prospectus artist Wendy Jacob, is on view through January 14, 2017 at the Johnson-Kulukundis Family Gallery, Byerly Hall, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University, 8 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA. Gallery hours are noon–5 p.m., Monday–Saturday. Working with vibrating walls, a live-streaming weather report, and architectural models from schools for the blind, […]

Jeremijenko’s “Urban Space Station” Seen at Emscherkunst Biennial in Germany

From June 4 to September 18, 2016, Prospectus artist Natalie Jeremijenko’s U.S.S. – Urban Space Station was on view at the Emscherkunst Biennial in Germany’s Ruhr Valley. The Urban Space Station was a closed system combining agriculture and architecture, and, “reminiscent of a space ship, address[ed] multiple ecologic and social problems, as the constant rise of […]

Jaar Work Currently on View in Three Exhibitions

Prospectus artist Alfredo Jaar (Public Interventions) has work on view in three exhibitions: one in Chicago; one in Malmo, Sweden; and the third in Monterrey, Mexico. Witness: Photography and the Human Condition Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago July 2, 2016 – February 19, 2017 The Social Machine Malmo Kunstmuseum, Malmo, Sweden September 24, 2016 – January […]

On View: Public Art by Dan Borelli Related to Ashland, MA, Superfund Site

A memorial garden and street light intervention related to the Nyanza Superfund site in the Town of Ashland, MA, designed by Ashland native and Artists’ Prospectus for the Nation artist Dan Borelli, are now on view. (accessible from the Middle School Baseball Field off Rt. 135 and the MBTA Access Road) . The memorial garden is […]

Andrews’ Work in Liverpool Exhibition until Dec. 3

Through Saturday, December 3, 2016, six works by Prospectus artist Nancy Andrews (Loupette and the Moon + Delirious) will be on view in the exhibition, Phantom Limb,  at Victoria Gallery & Museum, University of Liverpool, England. The exhibition, in fact, takes its name from one of Nancy’s exhibited works, the film. “On a Phantom Limb”; […]

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 […]

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