In September 02013, Earthbound Moon is proud to be hosting artists Scott Oliver in Rio del Oro, New Mexico and Travis Somerville in Moriarty, New Mexico. Both artists will be installing permanent works on their respective sites. Find out more about our artists, Scott Oliver and Travis Somerville and their work.
In 02012, Earthbound Moon was honored to be a partner organization with ISEA2012! In the pasture land of Moriarty, New Mexico, performance artist, sculptor and backyard engineer Jessica Segall screened footage she took from her recent venture to the Arctic, where she sailed up the coast of Spitzbergen, testing custom survival suits and solar cell projectors on glacial surfaces. Her work was presented as a drive-in theater, projected from an off-grid projector onto a wall of ice. See images from the installation
In 02012, Earthbound Moon was honored to be a partner organization with ISEA2012! During their week in the desert of Rio del Oro, artists Nova Jiang and Jamie O'Shea gathered water through an experimental solar powered atmospheric water generator invented by artist Mr. O’Shea. Passing clouds observed in Rio del Oro were documented and modeled in glass. Participants were invited to a water-tasting party where they used the ceramic cloud vessels to sample the water gathered. After the residency, the cloud vessels were abandoned on site, where they will most likely never be seen again. See images from the installation
Earthbound Moon creates publicly accessible contemporary sculpture by international artists in communities around the world. These artworks create a web of gathering places, sites of curiosity and engagement and wonder on a local and global scale. They function as a reminder, and a statement, that when we build and rebuild communities, alongside their commercial and financial needs we must also nurture their creative, spiritual, artistic, romantic and leisure needs.
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