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.
Container Artist Residency ranks among some of the most unusual artist residencies.
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,…
Below are a series of photos Page took during his journey from Piraeus, Greece to New York.
Christopher Page turned some of his paintings into crates that will accompany him on his journey from Piraeus, Greece to New York. The works made their way from Page’s studio in Athens to…
As part of her residency-at-sea, Mari Bastashevski constructed a container that traveled with her and recorded its own experience onboard. Below are a series of photos Mari took of the box throughout…
Below are a group of photos Gróf took during a night shift onboard the container ship he was traveling on.
Revital Cohen & Tuur Van Balen departed from the port of Hong Kong on April 9, 2016, after being delayed for a day due to smog in the Hong Kong Harbor.
Creative Operational Solutions opens tonight Dec 9 @ParaSite_HK from 7–9pm with conversation at 6:30.… https://t.co/5wqtzn8vQdDec 9
See Samson Young's soundscapes in Creative Operational Solutions opening Dec 9 at @ParaSite_HK !… https://t.co/16amujJx4KDec 8
The first exhibition of CAR01 artists, "Creative Operational Solutions" opens tomorrow in Hong Kong!… https://t.co/La6sloA7RCDec 8
The Arts of Logistics conference brings together scholars, activists, and artists from across the humanities and social sciences to interrogate how social movements and the arts respond to a world remade by logistics.
Wet Land (2015) is a mobile, sculptural habitat and public space constructed to explore resource interdependency and climate change in urban centers.
A pocket-sized, waterproof field guide to shipping containers and the corporations that own them.