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“The opportunity to work within the global industrial supply chain provided us with the best studio we could imagine. We spent our days reading on the bridge, filming from the deck, and…
Container Artist Residency ranks among some of the most unusual artist residencies.
“Container Artist Residency 01 is what happens when an artist-in-residence program partners with an international cargo ship company.”–Cat DiStasio in inhabitat
Daniel Scheffler in Wallpaper on Container Artist Residency 01
BBC’s Cultural Frontline with Tina Daheley and Maayan Strauss.
“One of the most unusual, and intrepid, artist residency programs will launch this spring: on board a series of commercial cargo ships.”–Gareth Harris in The Art Newspaper
Michael Epstein on Container Artist Residency 01
Antwaun Sargent covers the Container Artist Residents in Vice Magazine’s Creators Project
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
Extrastatecraft: The Power of Infrastructure Space (2014), a book about the intricacies of political power in our globalizing world
Boggsville Boatel (2011) was a floating hotel and performance space originally part of the Sea Worthy Exhibition curated by Flux Factory in Jamaica Bay Queens. The installation hosted more than 5000 people over three months and utilized 6 boats and a floating platform stage. The Boatel held nightly lectures, movie screenings, and storytelling by nautical enthusiasts, as well as a meeting with the city planners.