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Kickstart Wild Times!

Hello Friends, In less than three months I embark on Wild Times, a work that explores wildness in contemporary life via new media, social engagement, and a 2,650 mile hike. I invite you to join me through satellite events happening at over seven west coast host venues, various calls to collaborate, and a series of […]

Upper Kingdom

Vignettes presents my new work Upper Kingdom Opening/Closing Reception Friday, May 31st, 2013 7 – 10pm IMAGE: Upper Kingdom Archival ink print 30 x 30 inches, 2013 Vignettes is located at 1617 Yale Ave, Seattle, WA Please buzz ‘stinson’ at the entrance and head up to the 4th floor – number 401

Genre Bender

2012 City Arts Fest presents: Genre Bender Due to popular demand the fantastic showcase for artist duets, Genre Bender is returning to City Arts at Culture Club! Thursday October 18th 8 pm – 9:30 pm $10 Culture Club: 411 Union Street 5 teams of interdisciplinary artists who haven’t collaborated together will expand their horizons and […]

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SKYPE SKLPT STUDIO

Susan Robb: SKYPE SKUPLT STUDIO October 24 – December 15, 2012 Opening Reception: Wednesday, October 24, 5 – 8 pm SKYPE SKULPT STUDIO is an investigation of communication, decentralization, and the thing-ness of speech.. Over the course of the exhibition, Susan Robb will collaboratively create sculptures with local, national, and international artists, using SKYPE video calls. […]

One-Offs

Amanda Manitach asked me for a “piece of art you’ve made that has never been shown and probably never will. Something sitting in a corner of your studio that you love (or hate) but doesn’t quite sit with anything else. Something experimental, something that launched a thousand ships. Something that failed. The magical unicorn of […]

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Walk Work

The Long Walk was an amazing success. Comments from participants were along the lines of,  “I feel changed by the project” to “The Long Walk  was one of the most important things I have done.” (super blush!) Much more then the sum of its parts TLW was part think tank, community building, art camp, trail […]

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Olympic Sculpture Park Make Scents

Cher, Derek Jeter, Justin Bieber, Napoleon, Salvador Dali, and Lady Gaga all have one: a signature scent. Now, the Olympic Sculpture Park  joins these celebrated ranks by enabling fans to cloak themselves in fragrances inspired by the park and its dynamic integration of landscape, architecture and art. “Perfume boys” mingled with the crowd offering samples […]

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Mobile Art

If you’re in New York City in August keep a look out for a pop-up exhibition I’m part of housed in a moving van and curated Victoria Yee Howe and Sierra Stinson’s. Sierra’s Seattle-based “openings only” gallery Vignettes is an amazing little art portal and one of my favorite galleries in Seattle (especially after the huge chunk of […]

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Critical Messages at Boise Art Museum

CRITICAL MESSAGES:Contemporary Northwest Artists on the Environment December 18, 2010 – April 10, 2011 This exhibition focuses on the ways in which a group of Northwest artists are currently responding to the heightened awareness of global issues and specific environmental concerns in the Northwest region.  Through their artwork these artists are reacting to eight specific […]

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