FIELD TRIP / OWENS VALLEY RADIO OBSERVATORY - SPACE IS MATERIAL

FIELD TRIP / OWENS VALLEY RADIO OBSERVATORY - SPACE IS MATERIAL

Nothing like listening to the Universe to get your attention. At the end of the residency period the FI Fellows voyaged to Bishop, CA to explore Cal Tech's radio telescopes, where researchers from around the world hone in on low (ish) frequency signals to study the solar corona, transient phenomena, and the Sun's influence on near-Earth space. Much thanks to Dr. Mark Hodges for the hospitality and great tour...

OPEN STUDIOS / PANEL DISCUSSION - SPACE IS MATERIAL

OPEN STUDIOS / PANEL DISCUSSION - SPACE IS MATERIAL

During the Forest Island Open Studio session for Space Is Material, artists in residence Krysten Cunningham, Helen Mirra and Drea Zlanabitnig presented their work and explained their working processes in an informal and discursive engagement followed by a panel discussion led by curator Corrina Peipon. FI was thrilled to see the turn out from the local community. Tremendous thanks to everyone who contribute to making the inaugural FI residency a success!

FIELD TRIP / CROWLEY - SPACE IS MATERIAL

FIELD TRIP / CROWLEY - SPACE IS MATERIAL

FI Resident Fellows endeavor on a high-clearance adventure to gather information, inspiration and imagery from the unique geology of Lake Crowley. And then, of course, from the unique geology of Tom's Place...

MEET & GREET - SPACE IS MATERIAL

MEET & GREET - SPACE IS MATERIAL

The Forest Island Project was honored to host a public Meet & Greet event to welcome our first fearless Artists in Residence - Krysten Cunningham, Helen Mirra, Drea Zlanabitnig - all of whom made it to town on time (barely).