Going to the OC Fair? Check out my time-lapse video in the California Farming/Agraian exhibition there! 🙌🏽🚲🌱
Several days ago, I visited MOHAI (Museum of History & Industry) in Seattle, where they have been showcasing an exhibition called "Edible City" since November last year. The Beacon Food Forest is amongst many featured in the beautiful exhibition telling stories of restaurants, chefs, farmers, and edible gardens in and around the region since the city was just a small port. The project has a special place in my heart (as mentioned in the previous post, too!) and I am very happy to have a couple of my photographs taken during my involvement with the purely community-driven, permaculture-inspired project. I can definitely recommend a visit if you live or are visiting Seattle in the near future. The "Edible City" is just one of several exhibitions at MOHAI, and it'll be on display until September 10 this year. Check out MOHAI at their site @ www.mohai.org
Live at the Museum of Art in Tel Aviv, Israel! Conscious Impact representing at the exhibition named "Constructive Responses to Natural Disasters" with the organizational video that I have filmed and cut together a few months back. Big to museum curator Maya Vinitsky in working with us and putting all of it together so beautifully and gracefully!
Friends and family, I am tremendously excited to announce my first museum exhibition feature at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art in Israel. The exhibition, titled "3.5 Square Meters: Constructive Response to Natural Disasters," will open to the public in under 3 days on March 23 at 6pm, and remain so until the first week of September. This multi-month exhibition will showcase (as you can likely imagine by now) Conscious Impact and our collaborative work since August 2015 in the village of Takure in the Sindhupalchowk region of Nepal. Plus... our very own bricks are there! The team and I have been working with the exhibition curator since last autumn to put together something that we feel is indicative of the immensely intimate and important work that we've been doing with the local community members heavily affected by the April and May 2015 earthquakes.
Many many thanks to Neta Kind-Lerer for the connection to the museum for this opportunity to go from idea to manifestation. The whole team is extremely excited and grateful for the international exposure and whatever this may bring. Onwards! #ComeToNepal #RebuildTakure