Elsewhere is a museum and artist residency set in a 3-floor, former, thrift store. With people and things, we build collaborative futures.


Posts tagged "Summer 2010"
Artifactuary Giftshop: Replicas | Hannah + Isaac Nichols

Artifactuary Giftshop: Replicas | Hannah + Isaac Nichols

hannah and isaac create muslin replicas of wardrobe collection treasures, including a custom-made dress shirts, a sailor-girl dress, and a dozen brassieres. painting the store front white, they create an installment of the artifactuary gift shop for an artist’s opening. “yes, its really for sale !” July 1, 2010 – July 27, 2010
Cyrus Smith

Cyrus Smith

Portland, OR August 28, 2010 – September 30, 2010 blog | cyrus smith dot vox dot com An artist and producer in numerous collectives and collaborations, Smith was a cofounder of the Pancake Clubhouse Historic Township and Activity Destination for the Living Arts (welcomes you), an alternative arts space in Portland, Oregon where he coordinated an active exhibition schedule and residency program...
Hazel Rickard

Hazel Rickard

Eureka, CA August 19, 2010 – September 25, 2010 Hazel began composing music while living in Antwerp, Belgium in 2005.  She returned to the states to collaborate with others and to study anthropology at Reed College in Portland, Oregon.  In the summer of 2008, she undertook a song-writing and performance project that took her biking across the country to Virginia.  Since...
Antonia Wright + Ruben Millares

Antonia Wright + Ruben Millares

Miami, FL August 5, 2010 – August 24, 2010 website | ruben millares dot com website | smiling gums dot com website | millares dot net Antonia Wright is a Miami-born artist who has lived and traveled all over the world. Her work employs photography, poetry, performance, video art, installation, sculpture, and the interaction between these forms to question the world around her. She...

Aislinn Pentecost-Farren

Raleigh, North Carolina   August 5, 2010 – August 31, 2010   Aislinn Pentecoste-Farren is a cultural anthropologist and history museum curator from Raleigh, North Carolina. She has a background in postal correspondence, documentary, cartography and alternative education. She received a BA in anthropology from UNC-Chapel Hill in 2006, and has worked with the Chicago History Museum, the Raleigh City Museum, Cabinet Magazine, and artists Mark Dion and...
Dressing Wounds | Caroline Mak

Dressing Wounds | Caroline Mak

July 1, 2010 – August 4, 2010 vimeo | dressing wounds time lapse caroline repairs a hole in elsewhere’s plaster walls, through gluing, weaving, and stitching collection fabric and thread into a bandaging layered textile piece.
Laundry Room | Norah Hoover

Laundry Room | Norah Hoover

July 8, 2010 – August 3, 2010
Skylight Studio | Norah Hoover

Skylight Studio | Norah Hoover

Norah dismantles the rickety chair stack on the third floor stage, then sweeps, vacuums, and repairs the floorboards to create a photo studio under the skylight. When the museum’s third floor was a small factory, these stages once served as a place for supervisors to keep an eye on the workers ten inches below. July 12,...
Washing | Kathryn Lynn Shearman

Washing | Kathryn Lynn Shearman

Kazoo suds, scrubs and cuts a rug on the second floor. June 10, 2010 – July 16, 2010
Benching | Kathryn Lynn Shearman

Benching | Kathryn Lynn Shearman

How much can you bench? A measly 135-185 lb you say? Try threading together cushy foam covers for eight full fledged wooden benches, tough guy (or gal). June 11, 2010 – July 13, 2010
Norah Hoover

Norah Hoover

Portland, OR July 8, 2010 – August 3, 2010 blog | diamond status vintage website | norah hoover dot com                                   Projects: Laundry Room Skylight Studio
Annie Blazer

Annie Blazer

Jackson, MS July 8, 2010 – August 10, 2010 blog | elsewhere elsewhere dot org slash blogs Annie Blazer is a scholar of American culture.  She received her PhD in 2009 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Religion and Culture.  For the past two years, Annie has been teaching classes on religion and popular culture at Millsaps...