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"Project Anywhere is a global exhibition model in which the role of curator is replaced with the type of peer review process typically endorsed by a refereed journal. Emphasizing artistic projects undertaken outside traditional exhibition circuits, Project Anywhere is dedicated to the evaluation and dissemination of art at the outermost limits of location-specificity. Significantly, Project Anywhere is NOT an online exhibition space but rather a vehicle for pointing towards art located elsewhere in space and time. With only a handful of projects hosted each year, selection is extremely competitive.
All proposals submitted to Project Anywhere’s global exhibition program are double blind reviewed by at least four artist academics of international standing. Project Anywhere accepts proposals from artists and researchers working anywhere in the world and is designed to suit artists seeking independent peer-validation and international dissemination. Project Anywhere does not provide funding nor expect exclusivity and also welcomes collaborative or curatorial projects and projects already hosted by other institutions."
Text and Noise by Michael Teters
Text Me, an exhibition about words and images at the Pierro Gallery in South Orange, NJ, will feature two of my pieces, Transliteration and Endless Horizon II.
Curated by Stephanie Damiano and Mahmoud El- Behairy
Exhibiting artists include: Amber Eve Anderson, Alyssa Bogdan, Catherine Delett, Naomi Dwyer, Hannah Epstein, Adam Farcus, Leah Anne Floyd, Nicole Foran, Donni Later, Malik Lloyd, Ginny Martin, Betsy Meyer-Donadio, Heidi Sussman, Michael Teters, Kim Schmitt Thomas, and Ann Vollum
No. 7, my Wagon Station sweet Wagon Station
Bob's Crystal Cave at the Sky Village Swap Meet, High Desert Test Site #1
The Living Room and fire pit
Wagon Station Encampment
Cholla cactus garden in Joshua Tree National Park
A peek inside a small part of Andrea's studio
So fittingly alien in an extraterrestrial landscape
All the hometowns of my fellow Sound Bathers at the Integratron, High Desert Test Site #9
My time here at Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts has come to an end--a month-long stay that was characterized by collecting objects, experimenting with materials and getting back to my roots. My departure coincides with KHN's monthly Open Studios and their 15th anniversary celebration! Below is a glimpse of my process.
Collected cottonwood branches
I used cottonwood twigs and branches to make a rooting hormone while I separated the buds to make 'balm of Gilead.'
Visiting local sites of interest
Found and collected objects and arrangements
Always thinking about my place in the world
Balm of Gildead left to harden in second-hand glass-cut hearts, compass plant seeds individually packaged for Orientation Kits
Orientation Kits ready to be sent to my former homes