Natalie Jeremijenko: A solo exhibition
Jan 20 - April 8, 2017
Opening Reception: Jan 20, 5-7pm
Natalie Jeremijenko is an international artist, engineer and inventor with a speciality in environmental and urban issues. The exhibition is a blend of new initiatives and past work with a focus on activating the space through environmentally conscious projects.
Thursday, 16th of March at Helen Day Art Center:
GREENLIGHT MUTUALISMS 5pm - 6pm
wherein we explore and re-create life support systems for human-plant domestic partnerships.
unBOOK Manufactory 6pm - 7pm
wherein we explore bookmaking as both the practice of laying bets on various possibilities; and combining pages and binding socio-ecological contracts into a book form to catalog the organisms we have and observations we might take to remake health biodiversity.
Saturday, 18th of March at Spruce Peak Pavilion:
BELLYDANCING (ON ICE) 12pm - 2pm
unBOOK Manufactory 4pm - 6pm
Thursday, 6th of April at Helen Day Art Center:
Design Review with Natalie Jeremijenko
Friday, 7th of April at Spruce Peak Pavilion:
Secret Dance Party (shh!)
Saturday, 8th of April at Spruce Peak Pavilion:
CLOSING RECEPTION 12pm - 1:30pm
Artist Talk and unBOOK Manufactory
"Bringing a pen and notebook to a chat with artist-engineer-environmental activist Natalie Jeremijenko is like taking a straw to sip from a fire hose." --Caleigh Cross for Stowe Reporter
James E. Robison Foundation