it's high time i share some news about the possibleat berkeley art museum.
what the new york times calls a departure from the obvious, this exhibition crafted by guest curator david wilson and director lawrence rinder is an experiment that re-conceives the museum as a site for creative convergence. the gallery spaces have been transformed into work spaces: a ceramics studio, dye lab, print shop and recording studio. a diverse range of guest artists are using the museum and these studios to create new work, collaborating and experimenting in a public forum. i'm happy to be one of them.
above is a platform that kori girard designed to receive works created during the four-month long exhibition. i loved it most early on, in its empty state, reeking of potential. this image sums up the spirit of the exhibition quite nicely, but the instagram feed does a pretty good job too.