Eyes as Big as Plates’ video proposal for EXPO 1: NEW YORK Rockaway Call for Ideas

MoMA PS1 and MoMA’s Department of Architecture and Design recently put out a call for artists, architects, and designers to submit their ideas for the rehabilitation of the Rockaways post-Hurricane Sandy. Applicants were invited to present new ideas on alternative housing models, new social spaces and uses of public space, protecting the shoreline, and engaging local communities. Eyes as Big as Plates’ video proposal for EXPO 1: NEW YORK Rockaway Call for Ideas

Woody and the 500 year-old oak tree

Eyes as Big as Plates’ last day of shooting in New York (until next time!) was spent under a 500 year-old oak tree. Big thank yous to Woody for guiding us to the ancient trees of The Bronx and for being an impeccable log. Many thanks to Alison, Emily and Dan also, for joining in and helping out. Woody and the 500 year-old oak tree

Thank you!

Thank you to everyone who came out to Redhook and shared the beautiful evening with us! According to the wildest estimates, over a hundred people attended the Eyes as Big as Plates reception event in Redhook! The floor was on fire and the atmosphere through the roof. Unforgettable. Thank you!

All poised for tonight!

We are overwhelmed with the positive response from all over the world and would like to say a big thank you to you all, along with apologies for replies coming with a slight delay from now on. We will do our best to get back to you all after easter at the very latest. All poised for tonight!

Studio visits to Redhook

We feel very lucky to be the artists in residence through the wonderful Recess Session program. Over the course of the last last two weeks we have had the pleasure of meeting a lovely group of people through our studio visits at the Intercourse in Redhook. Studio visits to Redhook