Polygonal Address System GangPlank Marina, 600 Water, SW (map) March 20 – April 29 | #polygonaladdress The Polygonal Address System is a monumental pentagonal raft, 30 feet across, anchored in the Washington Channel, a federal waterway between the Waterfront and Haynes Point. It is entirely solar powered and spins under power of electric motors during […]
The 1×1 Project 3/20-4/27 1×1 Hub @ Transformer Gallery | 3/22-4/5 | 1404 P St., NW A relational art piece and emotional catalyst connecting visitors with tsunami victims. Office of Experiments’ temporary lab space at Transformer acts as a center of activity: offering prints to visitors in exchange for a donation to tsunami charities and displaying 1000 vials […]
OVERxOUT: A 5×5 Transmission 3/20-3/25 | #OVERxOUT @STANKIEVECH The OVERxOUT radio van transmitting at Pierce Barn, March 22, 2012. FBI listening Post was upstairs, in the attic directly behind the three small windows. Note Secret Service patrol car driving past. A mobile listening station travelled to historically significant sites of the intelligence community across the […]
SIGHT LINES Copies of the SIGHT LINES map will be at all D.C. public libraries until stock runs out | #sightlines Sight Lines is an alternative tour map of Washington, D.C. These six routes travel through places that are practically invisible, unnoticed, underground, or hidden in plain sight. Some routes visit familiar historic sites or […]
Fountains of D.C. March 20 – TBD | #fountainsofdc @KUNSTrePUBLIK A mobile replica of the Temperance Fountain located in Penn Quarter / Washington D.C. is moving through the city. Created by the Berlin-based artist collective KUNSTrePUBLIK, Fountains of D.C. is inspired by the relationships of two significant periods in DC’s history – the 19th century […]
Watch this space for updates to Steve Rowell’s film about the complexes of influence and concentrations of power in the nation’s capital.