Tree/Electric Line (some places bury these!) won 3rd place. Tree/Electric Line (some places bury these!) won 3rd place in the international juried exhibition, Vacancy/No Vacancy, in which artists explore a wide range of concepts relating to emptiness, abandonment, decay, reuse, and renewal. I have two works in this exhibition which is up until May 18.
P A I S A J E U R B A N O DE UN PRESENTE BIZARRO / U R B A N S C A P E FROM A BIZARRE PRESENT INAUGURACIÓN/OPENING: viernes/Friday, 11 AB(P)RIL 2014 / 6PM-11PM Av. Revolución No. 1332, Zona Centro, Tijuana, BC, MX CORRIE SLAWSON & MARC LEFKOWITZ (Cleveland, USA) artistas en residencia/artists in residence HUGO CROSTHWAITE (Borderlands, MEX) LUIS G. HERNANDEZ (Sur de California, USA-MEX) artista en residencia/artist in residence PEPE MOGT (Tijuana, MEX)
I have spent the last year working with LAND Studio, The Historic Warehouse District, Danielle Rini-Uva at Agnes Studio and Bruce Farkas at Signature Sign on the Warehouse District Anthology. These historical kiosks tell the story of Cleveland's first neighborhood as written by the Warehouse DIstrict's Executive DIrector, Tom Yablonksy. They will be dedicated on Thursday, November 14 at 4:30pm.
Signing at SPACES on Friday, August 23, 2013 6-9pm. I have created an edition of 22 prints for SPACES Subscription Series. For more info go to https://www.spacesgallery.org/support-us/quarter-art
"Built to Last/Over Built" will be part of Rooms To Let Temporary Art Space's all day installation. Marc Lefkowitz and I collaborated on this tone poem wallpaper installed on boarded up windows on a vacant house. I will also gild the concrete retaining wall and walkways on the property. Liz Maugans, Michael Loderstedt, Jeff Chiplis, Dana Depew and Mely Barragan are also working on this house.