SOIL CITY Dust To Dust: For Ozymandias Commissioned by St. Louis Science Center. for “Grow“, a new pavilion and permanent agriculture exhibition at SLSC. Design: Mark Cooley Fabricated with local salvaged cedar by Scott Wunder @ Wunderwoods, St. Louis. Nature is the most gifted sculptor. But perhaps […]
Wanted. a video installation by Beth Hall & Mark Cooley The language of the other is ideally suited for exploitative entities bent on political and economic self-interest. Perhaps the age-old political strategy of divide and conquer is given special traction in a selfie-oriented culture marked […]
In a literary recontextualization of the classic fortune cookie, a series of handwritten wishes, predictions, and bizarre statements are tucked away on the shelves of the Fauquier Public Library awaiting unsuspecting readers.
Will there be Bears? thePopCornClub “Children’s music”, refers mostly to music made BY adults FOR children, and “children’s art” is often no more than cookie cutter recipes where filling delineated shapes with approved colors is taken as both a sign of “artistic talent” and a […]
In Search of Zea Mays was created for the corn maze at Airlie Center in Warrenton VA, home of the Local Food Project (formerly directed by Pablo Elliot). A corn maze was created with the help of heirloom non-gmo corn seed, a tractor and gps […]
Many of us have old friends from whom we seldom hear, except maybe through holiday cards, which odds are good, feature the family unit in apparent complete happiness and spiritual bliss during the season of “good cheer”… and human stampedes at Walmart. Here’s our take […]
eWaste 2014 By itself, a brand attached to a product is worth nothing. If brands matter, it is because it is us – faithful consumers – who are branded. This is the job of marketers, who employ artists and designers, statisticians and even psychologists in […]