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Lily sent several people off into Dumbo with a map in their hand and an mp3 of two argumentative tour guides on their listening devices…

(Sculpture by Mark Gagnon.)


Einat’s sculpture was elegantly constructed and sited, on the historic railroad tracks on Plymouth Street. Kids & adults seemed to love the novelty of being able to touch, push, and roll a sculpture.

Inclement weather took out a few of Martha’s arches, but the ones that held up performed spectacularly! Festival attendees could be seen squatting and manoevering to align these colored cardboard shapes with the Brooklyn Bridge’s negative spaces.

Martha’s arches in progress!

Martha has made some changes to her installations due to wind & rain. Here’s the updated map:

Visit to download the map/guide and download or stream the mp3 (this will be uploaded in the next few hours).

See you at Main & Water!

Here’s a map of Martha Clippinger’s installation works:

She’s installing today — We’re crossing our fingers for dry weather!

Lily’s map in progress …

I’m happy to announce that Jordanne Davis will act as curatorial assistant, and Diana Seo Hyung Lee will write the catalog essay.

Jordann Davis currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.  She documents audio / visual experiences for pleasure & posterity, and processes them via the written word. She earned a B.A. in Art History from Texas Tech University in 2009.

Diana Seo Hyung Lee is an MFA candidate in SVA’s Art Criticism and Writing Program. Her writing has appeared on and SVA’s degree critical blog. She recently completed a memoir of artist Michael Ashkin, which will be in print as part of the Art Criticism and Writing Program’s self-published zine. She sometimes also precariously assumes the role of an artist. Her artwork has been exhibited in Ithaca, NY, New York City, Englewood, NJ as well as Windhoek, Namibia.