Fire sculptures to remember and celebrate Matthew Mark Bourree, who loved fire + art + a little bit of wildness
Week 10 of 12: shadows, light, disguises, and optical trickery
Week 9 of 12: things we make when we’re alone, warm, and separate
Week 8 of 12: pairs, twins, and seeing double
Week 7 of 12: non-physical art, sound, performances, smells, readings, actions, and ideas
Week 6 of 12: dark arts, art in the dark
Week 2 of 12: Things that Reflect or Repeat
Hibernation is not the same as sleeping. It’s more akin to falling into a coma. Scientists speculate that many animals must raise their heart rate and body temperature (coming out of hibernation) to sleep, to rest. The Hibernation Project aspires to create space for the dreams of we who wake to sleep.