Month: March 2016

TrashRat

New York City has a growing population not only of humans but also of rats. The way trash is being treated in the city helps the last one to grow. Rats go out under cover of darkness. My last experience with rats on my way home after a TNO in which I run into about

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Meeting Dr. Jason Munshi-South

Today I meet with Dr. Jason Munshi-South. We scheduled to meet in Thomas Paine Park in China town and I was really excited to finally meet my Rat Expert. The meeting was fascinating and Jason showed me around and thought me a lot of new things about rats. On fact was that Rats, like humans, must live

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The Lonely, Old Dresser

Created by Gal Nissim, Angela Perrone, Thea Rae [add final documentation video here] An old dresser, whose friends and loved ones have gone forever, sits alone in a corner wanting nothing but company, yet finds it hard to leave the comfort zone of solitude. As one approaches the drawers, they are scared away, even pushed

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Disgrtuntled Ol’ Drawers

  Gal Nissim, Angela Perrone, Thea Rae We began our Readymades journey this week with the concept of lonely, pushing people away, wanting to be alone yet wanting to be loved, passive aggressive. After scouring the junk shops of Brooklyn, we found a disgruntled old man in this dresser at Brooklyn JUNK. Planned movement to

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