The Projects 2010-2011
Point of Interest involves the installation of a 10-foot interpretive exhibit, resembling a national parks information booth, along the sidewalk in front of the artist’s home in Brookside, and the creation of a short hiking trail in the front yard.
Prop 8 On Trial is a multi-media performance examining the 2010 trial, Perry v. Schwarzenegger, challenging the constitutionality of California’s Proposition 8 that banned same-sex marriage.
The S’mores Grant Project is a micro-grant opportunity available to artists working in the public realm. Funds are raised by selling s’mores from a street vending cart.
Johnny America is a small literary ‘zine with a strong handmade visual and design aesthetic.
WE! is a collaborative, multi-media dance performance that strips away the safety net of the proscenium theater and sandwiches both dancer and viewer into a close-proximity, private performance space.
Through the Endless Boundless program, children will be immersed in interactive, interdisciplinary art workshops culminating in a community presentation of their collaborative efforts.
The Center for the Advancement of Transmodern Awareness is a multi-use space dedicated to promoting the evolution of culture by creating of new systems of social exchange.
Creation of a publication, ASP/ SPA/PAS, (renamed “SAP”) is designed to engage members of the art, philosophy, and scientific communities in critical dialog.
Product Placement is a series of site-specific, sculptural, public art interventions/happenings.
For the Kansas City Christmas Special (renamed “Dust”), the artists will create a new video project involving collectives and artists in the Kansas City area collaborating extensively with national artists who will be flown in for the project.
WorkArtOut identifies the institutionalized body in a performance installation, featuring video of Whittle making art in gyms across America.