ISIDRO BLASCO
Talita ZaragozaTalita ZaragozaLindsay Packer

Lindsay Packer

Sandy Litchfield

Sandy Litchfield

Ryan Frank

Ryan Frank

Kiichiro AdachiKiichiro AdachiIvan Navarro and Courtney SmithIvan Navarro and Courtney SmithValerie Hegarty
George Washington with Branch
For INTERVENTIONS 3, using wire, paper-mache, wood, and canvas, Hegarty creates a scenario where a tree branch appears to be breaking through a bedroom wall and bursting through a painting of George WashingtonValerie Hegarty
George Washington with Branch
For INTERVENTIONS 3, using wire, paper-mache, wood, and canvas, Hegarty creates a scenario where a tree branch appears to be breaking through a bedroom wall and bursting through a painting of George WashingtonValerie Hegarty
George Washington with Branch
For INTERVENTIONS 3, using wire, paper-mache, wood, and canvas, Hegarty creates a scenario where a tree branch appears to be breaking through a bedroom wall and bursting through a painting of George WashingtonElana Herzog

The interior of the room is wrapped by fissures; scarred by a meandering line that pierces its surfaces. The line moves chaotically, leaving tracks to which residues of shredded carpet and fabrics cling; appearing to emerge from - or perhapsElana Herzog

The interior of the room is wrapped by fissures; scarred by a meandering line that pierces its surfaces. The line moves chaotically, leaving tracks to which residues of shredded carpet and fabrics cling; appearing to emerge from - or perhapsElana Herzog

The interior of the room is wrapped by fissures; scarred by a meandering line that pierces its surfaces. The line moves chaotically, leaving tracks to which residues of shredded carpet and fabrics cling; appearing to emerge from - or perhapsDavid Brooks

Title: Transect (1608 President Street, Brooklyn)
Medium: Surveyors string, plumb bob, cut holes in two floors.
Description: Transect is a deceivingly simple gesture, with a single strand of surveyors string hanging from the building's top fDavid Brooks

Title: Transect (1608 President Street, Brooklyn)
Medium: Surveyors string, plumb bob, cut holes in two floors.
Description: Transect is a deceivingly simple gesture, with a single strand of surveyors string hanging from the building's top fChristine Sciulli
Interstitial No. 1
Video projection and single channel audio installed within architecturally concealed and manipulated volumes in a Crown Heights limestone.
Interstitial No. 1 encompasses two bathrooms, two closets and one 22’ light andChristine Sciulli
Interstitial No. 1
Video projection and single channel audio installed within architecturally concealed and manipulated volumes in a Crown Heights limestone.
Interstitial No. 1 encompasses two bathrooms, two closets and one 22’ light andChristine Sciulli
Interstitial No. 1
Video projection and single channel audio installed within architecturally concealed and manipulated volumes in a Crown Heights limestone.
Interstitial No. 1 encompasses two bathrooms, two closets and one 22’ light and
Charles Goldman
Cutongue, 2016
Wood, steel, vinyl, concrete, hardware and paint
60” x 144” x 40”
Brooklyn-based artist Charles Goldman makes work that extends sculpture into painting, installation, performance, drawing, sound, photography and architectur
Charles Goldman
Cutongue, 2016
Wood, steel, vinyl, concrete, hardware and paint
60” x 144” x 40”
Brooklyn-based artist Charles Goldman makes work that extends sculpture into painting, installation, performance, drawing, sound, photography and architectur
Charles Goldman
Cutongue, 2016
Wood, steel, vinyl, concrete, hardware and paint
60” x 144” x 40”
Brooklyn-based artist Charles Goldman makes work that extends sculpture into painting, installation, performance, drawing, sound, photography and architecturCaitilin Masley
Caitlin Masley holds a MFA from the University of Arizona and a MS in Design and Urban Ecology from Parsons/The New School. She is the recipient of several grants and fellowships, including an Emerging Artist Fellowship from the Socrates PCaitilin Masley
Caitlin Masley holds a MFA from the University of Arizona and a MS in Design and Urban Ecology from Parsons/The New School. She is the recipient of several grants and fellowships, including an Emerging Artist Fellowship from the Socrates PAmanda C. Mathis
 “Inherent Vice; The Truth About Pastel Color”
2016
Textile, metal staples, joint compound, pencil, chalk, existing conditions
dimensions variable
Amanda C. Mathis
 “Inherent Vice; The Truth About Pastel Color”
2016
Textile, metal staples, joint compound, pencil, chalk, existing conditions
dimensions variable
Amanda C. Mathis
 “Inherent Vice; The Truth About Pastel Color”
2016
Textile, metal staples, joint compound, pencil, chalk, existing conditions
dimensions variable
Adam Cvijanovic & Julia Carbonetta
"Catty Corner", flashe on Tyvek and wood max dim's 4' x 6'
"Open Sea" flashe on Tyvek, 58" x 61”

Adam Cvijanovic & Julia Carbonetta
"Catty Corner", flashe on Tyvek and wood max dim's 4' x 6'
"Open Sea" flashe on Tyvek, 58" x 61”

Adam Cvijanovic & Julia Carbonetta
"Catty Corner", flashe on Tyvek and wood max dim's 4' x 6'
"Open Sea" flashe on Tyvek, 58" x 61”
Adam Cvijanovic & Julia Carbonetta"Catty Corner", flashe on Tyvek and wood max dim's 4' x 6'
"Open Sea" flashe on Tyvek, 58" x 61”
INTERVENTIONS 3
INTERVENTIONS III CROWN HEIGHTS, NEW YORK
INTERVENTIONS III in the house at 1608 President Street, Brooklyn, New York.
We ask these artists to do an art intervention in this house before we start the renovation.
Artists: Kiichiro Adachi, David Brooks, Adam Cvijanovic & Julia Carbonetta, Ryan Frank, Charles Goldman, Valerie Hegarty, Elana Herzog, Sandy Litchfield, Caitlin Masley, Amanda Mathis, Ivan Navarro & Courtney Smith, Lindsay Packer, Christine Sciulli, Talita Zaragoza
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