On June 29th Samson Young departed from Port Klang, Malaysia on a ten day journey on ZIM Qingdao. Traveling along the ZIM East Mediterranean / Black Sea Express Service line, he stopped…
Enter behind the curtain and we’re at sea, alongside 19 men and 4000 containers full of (electronic, car, animal) parts, heading to Nigeria. One contains frozen tilapia fish now crossing the sea…
Diebboll is going through the Panama Canal after 25 days at sea on the container ship ZIM Haifa. After leaving the ports of Shanghai & Pusan, she crossed Japan’s Tsugaru Strait out…
It took Diebboll 20 days to make it from Busan, South Korea to the Panama Canal. Now she’s headed into the Caribbean and then on to the east coast of the US.
Photos of horizons Diebboll has taken while at sea.
Erin Diebboll is crossing the Pacific on her way to the Panama Canal. Below are some photos she has taken at sea.
Erin Diebboll made landfall in Busan on May 28th. She will now spend the next two weeks at sea crossing the Pacific Ocean on her way to the Panama Canal. Below are…
Tyler Coburn is traveling down the East Coast of the US! He has stopped in Norfolk, Virginia, and Savannah, Georgia. Next stop: Valencia, Spain.
Erin Diebboll departed from the port of Shanghai on May 25th en route to Busan, South Korea. Below are photos she took while departing.
Tyler Coburn boarded a ship at the Port of New Jersey on May 23rd for his residency-at-sea. Over the next three weeks, Tyler will travel down the East Coast of the US,…
Mierle Laderman Ukeles has been the artist-in-residence for the NYC Department of Sanitation for the past 30+ years. During this time she has orchestrated a series of seven grand-scale collaborative performances that took place between 1983 and 2012 in New York, Pittsburgh, Givors, Rotterdam, and Tokamachi.
The Ocean After Nature is an exhbition at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts that considers the ocean as a site reflecting the ecological, cultural, political, and economic realities of a globalized world through the work of twenty artists and collectives