Sunday, May 27, 2007

the difference 2 days One Week can make

here's how the tobacco plants are spending the holiday weekend spent last week. Stop by the gallery to see them for yourself or follow the plants' progress on Zoe's web site

Graphic Havoc, Firehouse Gallery, Burlington, VT

Graphic Havoc
June 8–July 21, 2007
Reese Inman
Megumi Naitoh
Zoë Sheehan Saldaña
Sarah Walker

Firehouse Gallery
135 Church St.
Burlington, VT 05401

Hours:Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 12–5pm, Thursday–Saturday, 12–8pm, Closed Monday
Opening Reception: Friday, June 8, 5–8pm
Artist Talk: Saturday, June 9, 2pm

Friday, May 25, 2007

William Stone at James Fuentes LCC

William Stone an artist that has been showing with artMovingProjects is now with
James Fuentes. This new gallery is one to be watched.

Monday, May 21, 2007

Invitation to Post Art and Events

Painter Jay Davis caught by live feed.

Please feel free to post images and descriptions of past and present work and projects. This is a place to have fun and share insights into you and your art.
Please feel free to use this blog to promote the work of your influences and contemporaries.
This Blog will work to supplement the content
of the artMovingProjects website and provide a place for behind the scenes gallery development.

Sunday, May 20, 2007

Tom Moody and Zoe Sheehan Saldana artMovingProjects

166 N.12th St, between Bedford and Berry Sts., Williamsburg (917-301-6680, 917-301-0306).
Subway: L to Bedford Ave.Thu-Sun, 1pm - 6pm
Opening 7-9 Opening Saturday May 19 - June 24th
*On Closing day all the plants will be given away, along with cultivation instructions.

Zoe Sheehan Saldana

In her first show at artMovingProjects the artist grows an edition of 96 tobacco seedlings (Nicotiana tabacum Burley) under indoor lights. In a companion piece, the artist’s all-natural, garden-grown tobacco has been made into cigarettes, which have in turn been placed on the shelves of Brooklyn bodegas, unbeknownst to either the merchants or the potential customers. The artist embraces the ‘do-it-yourself’ ethos in her investigation of the American spirit.

See seedlings growing at

Project Space
Tom Moody

For the first time a blog is shown in a gallery space. Tom Moody has been posting art, music, animation, art criticism, political commentary, and found internet art on his blog at since Feb 2001. For this exhibition artMovingProjects will present his blog as a performance work. During gallery hours a computer terminal in the project space will be dedicated to whatever Moody posts. A mouse and keyboard will also be supplied if viewers want to leave a comment. Anything can happen, a

nd anything can be said. This is an experiment in total freedom.

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