Monday, July 30, 2007
Sunday, July 29, 2007
We gathered the lake, contained it with weather (self-contained), and presented a live event: rain, hail, ingestion. The thread visualized the dripping lake segments in a fluid spatial photograph, articulating the entire drip trajectory in space while remaining malleable. The time recycling program has begun...
Saturday, July 28, 2007
Thursday, July 26, 2007
Friday, July 6, 2007
The 6 foot collaboratory is composed of three artists (Caroline Woolard, Elizabeth Tubergen, and Grant Goeman) whose practice balances between visceral spontaneity and analytical composure. Extending the Collaboratory’s research beyond a single space or conversation, we work with public officals and beach-goers alike, using overlooked spaces and making our process and experiments available on this blog. Recent projects involve water filtration, public sculptural rearrangement, spontaneous perspective shifts, and body extensions that connect to or support architecture.
We bring our wheel-barrow furniture (currently in development) with tools and papers everywhere for performances announced by goose-call: our mouths open reservoirs to drink from, dinner parties of clay, a human-hammock, daily readings (our magazine out soon), and air-duct attachments.