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“TRIO” • Participants play the drawings in this unique sound book. The book includes an introductory text, an Ototo synthesizer, 12 alligator clip-leads two DOEprojekts’ original Coreforms conductive paint drawings

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“Migrations” Workshop • Participants respond both visually and verbally to DOEprojekts’ “Global Waving” and “Migrations: Hot Buttons” artifacts.

“Wetware/Wetwear” Art Action

  DOEprojekts worked with an invasive Hudson River species called the Eurasian Water Chestnut, creating a mantle that resembles a life jacket. “Wetware/Wetware” incorporated over 2000 individual Eurasian Water Chestnuts that the artists collected from the Hudson River bank, then polished, drilled, and intricately assembled. The title of the work “Wetware/Wetware” reflects DOEprojekt’s ongoing interest […]

BACKBONE Participatory Performance

DOEprojekts has designed and created a unique “mantle” made of African fish vertebrae, Asian bovine bone, and US stainless steel. BACKBONE is a mobile performance that invites participants to interact with the mantle. Archival digital prints and monoprints serve as artifacts related to each performance. Cultural Keywords considered as points of departure related to BACKBONE […]

Landmark home

  Visually acute viewers of DOEprojekts’ “Landmark home“ may be able to find forms that appear to read “h-o-m-e” in the center of the circle. The idea of “home” can imply rest but also movement. Home is often a place from which things and people originate and to which they return. For us, as artists, […]

Place Setting: Chicago Sculpture International Biennial 2014

Shadows of absent Elks’ medals and ribbons are printed on the tablecloth and dinner plates in DOEprojekts’ participatory installation titled “Place Setting.” We consider questions such as “In spaces such as the Elk’s National Veterans Memorial, how is culture ‘fed’ — to our generation and future generations?” and “How are we nourished by such patterns?” […]