Installation at Living Arts, Tulsa, OK, in February 2016. Installation with vapor barrier, floor vinyl, fiber optics, ethernet cable, phone cable, electrical wire, and copper wire.
At Exoskeleton in Los Angeles, CA, October – November 2015. Copper, wood, plants, electromagnetic energy, sound on five-channel mixer. At five sites across the Southwest United States, antennas were constructed, modeled on the characteristics of plants re-potted using soil from
Installation at Blackfish Gallery’s “Fishbowl Two” in Portland, Oregon, May 2015. Re-purposed lanyards, plastic hose, and paper twine. 100% recycled materials.
One-night only event installation, Lab PDX, Portland, OR – Cardboard tubes, lumber, plastic straws, wire, light
scrap plywood, acrylic, LEDs – available for sale
A variety of studio pieces for private distribution. Condo Study – plastic jigs, transparent stickers, other plastic. Steel Levitation – raw steel, polyester string, plastic tubes. Monterrey Bay – delaminated plywood, acrylic
Installation in Scio, Oregon, as part of the Art in Rural Storefronts Program, through the Arts Center in Corvallis, Oregon. Art is composed of re-purposed pallet wood and plastic from Scio, as well as traffic light lenses and shipping crate
Installation at Burning Man, Black Rock City, NV, 2014. Wood, custom LED lights, and the remains of technological saints. Installation was lit entirely using solar power.
Installation at Port City Gallery, Portland, Oregon, August 2014. Installation in three parts, constructed with 100% re-purposed plastic.
Installation in Salem Art Association’s Project Space gallery, June 2014. Sampled sound file of bottles plays from inside the machine, machine is also filled with bottles, and is interacted with by participant to generate additional sound. Re-Purposed Sound Machine Audio
Weird Shift Storefront is a temporary curatorial project run by Rosalynn, Adam, and Carl Diehl. Open during the summer of 2014 with a grant from the Precipice Fund, Weird Shift is an alternative atelier, an off-center for paralogical inquiries, artifacts,
Installation in Sweet Home, Oregon, for Art in Rural Storefronts Project, in conjunction with The Art Center of Corvallis, Oregon, Fall 2013.
At a residency at Elsewhere, in Greensboro, North Carolina in September 2013, Rosalynn and Adam restored and decorated Elsehwere’s prized four-person bicycle “Surrey”, that had recently been destroyed by a fire. In addition to re-finishing and painting the frame, and
Installation for Project Space in Salem, Oregon. June 2013.
Weird Shift 2013 was a gallery show and unconference organized by Rosalynn, Adam, and Carl Diehl. It was held at gallery:Homeland in June 2013. It was an aggregation of derelict theory-objects, critical aberrations, intentional anomalies, techno-magical interventions, associated archive accesses,
Hello, lovely backers! It is the end of September, and as you might recall, September was our proposed deadline to get you your rewards. We have some good news and some bad news. The bad news is, we won’t get
After a long week of updates, we’re drawing it to a close until the next big period of activity. To summarize what has just happened: We went to Southern California to run the alpha test of the Survey. We assembled
Using the Kit, we collected data. For now, it is recorded in a spreadsheet. We have 36 records with 26 data categories each, meaning a total of 936 data. Looking at these in the spreadsheet is lovely, if you are
And now, the cards! The cards are the pivotal element to the Structurodetic Survey. Without the cards, this would be mostly an exercise in mapping. The Survey is attempting to capture some of what happens when we are out in
We’d like to introduce you to the kit of equipment that we used for the Survey. There are a few items missing, that we either didn’t have yet or discovered that we needed, that we’ll talk about as well. By