Husk created this project for the exhibition Brooklyn Utopias (April 5- June 24 2012 at the Old Stone House, Brooklyn) TUB Park — a unique park of public baths and innovative play equipment — can be enjoyed by all Brooklynites. It … Continue reading →
Proteus Gowanus asked their community of friends and collaborators and all others to contribute objects with migratory stories for this show. With over 50 contributors, objects on display range from a 50 million year old “dinosaur fart” (or gas bubble) to a collection of wild bird’s stomach contents collected in the early 20th C for “scientific” purposes. There are also talismans, mundane objects with secret meanings, things of beauty and much more. I contributed these two ears of Lenape Corn from the Maize Field Project. This Lenape blue flour corn, know as Sehsapsing, is a seed variety whose migration can be traced from the Lenape territories of the New Jersey Area, to Oaklahoma, Ohio, and back to Brooklyn.