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I am so excited to announce that I am a recipient of an Open Society Documentary Photography grant! I will be redeveloping and greatly expanding my data viz project, Superfund365.org, in partnership with Lois Gibbs of the Center for Health, Environment & Justice. The project will be complete at the end of 2015.

 
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ExcessNYC is included in this group show at ArtSpace New Haven, Vagaries of the Commons. Tomorrow we will take the bike out for a spin and collect food. On our return there will be a panel discussion and then we will enjoy the rescued food, prepared and transformed by Nadine Nelson.

Part of our installation is a series of posters, a collaboration with Brad Armstrong and Jerome Harris. We have made an online version as well.

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People: Brooke Singer
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Speaking on this panel on Tuesday night. Very interesting topic & something I have not spoken about for awhile. And the last Aperture issue looks relevant and quite interesting as well.

Collaborative Images: New Models of Authorship and Aggregation

Tuesday, March 18
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Aperture Gallery and Bookstore
547 West 27th Street
New York, NY
FREE WITH RSVP

 
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I will be speaking at Cornell tonight. 5:15 in Milstein Auditorium. Since it is Halloween, I will be wearing the below — first appearance of my gingham lab coat I have been dreaming of for several years now.

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We have just bagged some really great smelling compost for Artshop!, Franklin Street Works’ popup shop to celebrate its 2nd year anniversary. This is our summer compost that has been curing in our Crown Heights lot for several weeks & recently got a shot of inoculum from Rodale Institute.

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I am co-organizing this exhibition and symposium at SUNY Purchase’s The Passage Gallery this Wed, September 11th. Visit before 9/30 if you can! If not, check out the Collective Action Archive reader.

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People: Brooke Singer
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Preemptive Media will be reworking our Swipe project for “Cyber In Securities” exhibition at the Washington Project for the Arts (WPA). The opening is Friday August 30th from 6-8pm.

For more: http://wpadc.org/cyber-in-securities/

 
People: Brooke Singer
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