How much do I owe you?                               An exhibition by No Longer EmptyArtists who make work that requires v...
Looking quite empty, not to mention busted upHow much do I owe you?
Looking very empty…although cleaned up a little bitHow much do I owe you?
Less than a month later… It’s a real art space!How much do I owe you?
Less than a month later… It’s a real art space!How much do I owe you?
Give and Take (2012)Sal Randolf   Money, plates, people
Give and Take (2012)Sal Randolf   Money, plates, people
“For me, the artwork happens              inside the other person as they              experience the situation—as they   ...
How would you choose to interact with this piece of art?                                Give and Take (2012)Sal Randolf   ...
Money Actions (ongoing)Sal Randolf   Money, string, people
Money Actions is an ongoing series in which I havebeen using the social dimensions of money as thebasis of an interactiona...
Class responses:What issues does this artwork raise for the viewer/participant?•Greed, desire, temptation, honorHow does m...
BloodbankArtefacting WorkingGroup
BloodbankArtefacting WorkingGroup
BloodbankArtefacting WorkingGroup
Answer the question:What is your Blood worth?
Leave some of your blood behind…
And you get a nice red balloon!
“Members of the community and citizens of NYCwill come together with project leaders Alex WhiteMazzarella and Iandry Randr...
So…What is your Blood worth?
What is your Blood worth?
Reckoning (2012)                  Plexiglass boxes, memo pads,Jennifer Dalton   buttons
This interactive installation invites us to consider              issues of “Surplus” and “Debt” in our own lives         ...
Reckoning (2012)                  Plexiglass boxes, memo pads,Jennifer Dalton   buttons
What are some areas in your life where you receive and/or give?  1.   Friendship  2.   Affection  3.   Finance  4.   Learn...
Jennifer Dalton is an emergingBrooklyn artist who doesnt shy awayfrom making a political statement(unlike so many of herco...
Are you in Surplus?         Are you in Debt?                         Reckoning (2012)                         Plexiglass b...
Have you ever interacted with these objects before?Theodoros                            Untitled(2012)Stamatogiannis      ...
Theodoros        Untitled(2012)Stamatogiannis   Ping pong table, net, and mats
How do we usually interact with art objects in a museum or gallery?                         Who decides how we are suppos...
UntitledphotographyTheodorosStamatogiannis
“Traditionally, architecture                 creates place while sculpture                 creates objects. My practice   ...
f. r.e.e.          Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve                PaydirtEven Exchange)     A project by Mel Chin
f. r.e.e.          Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve                PaydirtEven Exchange)     A project by Mel Chin
f. r.e.e.          Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve                PaydirtEven Exchange)     A project by Mel Chin
f. r.e.e.          Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve                PaydirtEven Exchange)     A project by Mel Chin
f. r.e.e.          Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve                PaydirtEven Exchange)     A project by Mel Chin
f. r.e.e.          Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve                PaydirtEven Exchange)     A project by Mel Chin
f. r.e.e.          Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve                PaydirtEven Exchange)     A project by Mel Chin
More examples from http://www.fundred.org/f. r.e.e.                       Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve       ...
f. r.e.e.          Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve                PaydirtEven Exchange)     A project by Mel Chin
Mel Chin initiated Operation Paydirt in NewOrleans in 2008 where at least 30% of theinner city childhood population was af...
Operation Paydirt is a                   multidisciplinary, artist-driven                   project advancing a solution t...
http://melchin.org/oeuvre/operation-paydirtfundred-                                       dollar-bill-projectf. r.e.e.    ...
This field near St Paul, Minnesota ranked at the top                   of the government issued Superfund list, indicating...
Superfundsites inNYC
Superfund                   sites in                   the USAf. r.e.e.(Fundred ReserveEven Exchange)
Is this what you’d expect “art” to be?                      Or is this more “community activism?”What qualities should ‘g...
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  1. 1. How much do I owe you? An exhibition by No Longer EmptyArtists who make work that requires viewer interaction
  2. 2. Looking quite empty, not to mention busted upHow much do I owe you?
  3. 3. Looking very empty…although cleaned up a little bitHow much do I owe you?
  4. 4. Less than a month later… It’s a real art space!How much do I owe you?
  5. 5. Less than a month later… It’s a real art space!How much do I owe you?
  6. 6. Give and Take (2012)Sal Randolf Money, plates, people
  7. 7. Give and Take (2012)Sal Randolf Money, plates, people
  8. 8. “For me, the artwork happens inside the other person as they experience the situation—as they think about, give away or spend the money.” Give and Take (2012)Sal Randolf Money, plates, people
  9. 9. How would you choose to interact with this piece of art? Give and Take (2012)Sal Randolf Money, plates, people
  10. 10. Money Actions (ongoing)Sal Randolf Money, string, people
  11. 11. Money Actions is an ongoing series in which I havebeen using the social dimensions of money as thebasis of an interactional and interventionist artpractice. I give away money in streets, stores,galleries, talks, dinners, cafés, sometimesanonymously, sometimes in groups or person toperson—often to people who give it away in turn.Because money is caged in rules, simply actingoutside these rules opens up new ranges of socialaction and interaction. The money serves as aprovocation for thought, conversation, feeling. Inmy experience, people are more reluctant toreceive than to give; it’s awkward for people to beput in that situation, and I like to linger there. Money Actions (ongoing) Sal Randolf Money, string, people
  12. 12. Class responses:What issues does this artwork raise for the viewer/participant?•Greed, desire, temptation, honorHow does money usually enter your life?Receiving Earning Finding(from family/friend) (from working) (randomly and rarely)•Sometimes awkward to •Seems to be worth more •Exciting to find, it canreceive than it actually is. change the whole ‘feel’ of a•More likely to save rather •Less likely to spend day.than spend •Very likely to save or •Less likely to save.•If spent, it’s usually for “protect” • Very likely to spend onsomething special that you •It’s “mine!” immediate desires,normally wouldn’t be able food/drinkto get. Sal Randolf
  13. 13. BloodbankArtefacting WorkingGroup
  14. 14. BloodbankArtefacting WorkingGroup
  15. 15. BloodbankArtefacting WorkingGroup
  16. 16. Answer the question:What is your Blood worth?
  17. 17. Leave some of your blood behind…
  18. 18. And you get a nice red balloon!
  19. 19. “Members of the community and citizens of NYCwill come together with project leaders Alex WhiteMazzarella and Iandry Randriamondroso to Artefact whatcompels people to give, all the way through the donationof blood. Bloodbank is an online video registry and astorefront art incubator space where the social dynamicsof blood and everyday gifting will fuse as a multimediaexperience about how social capital is formed.”
  20. 20. So…What is your Blood worth?
  21. 21. What is your Blood worth?
  22. 22. Reckoning (2012) Plexiglass boxes, memo pads,Jennifer Dalton buttons
  23. 23. This interactive installation invites us to consider issues of “Surplus” and “Debt” in our own lives and experiences. The pads detail many ways that each of can classify ourselves and the many areas of interaction from country to family. Consider situations where you feel you have given more than you have received back or where you have received more than you have given and fill out the appropriate sheet and place in either “Surplus” or “Debt.” In exchange for your participation you are invited to take one of the buttons located under your entry box. Multiple surveys can be filled out reflecting different aspects of one’s life. Reckoning (2012) Plexiglass boxes, memo pads,Jennifer Dalton buttons
  24. 24. Reckoning (2012) Plexiglass boxes, memo pads,Jennifer Dalton buttons
  25. 25. What are some areas in your life where you receive and/or give? 1. Friendship 2. Affection 3. Finance 4. Learning (academics) 5. Energy consumption 6. - 7. - Reckoning (2012) Plexiglass boxes, memo pads,Jennifer Dalton buttons
  26. 26. Jennifer Dalton is an emergingBrooklyn artist who doesnt shy awayfrom making a political statement(unlike so many of hercontemporaries). Through a variety ofmedia ranging from sculpture,installation, and drawing, to eventorganization, Dalton sticks her nosewhere mainstream discourse tells herit doesnt belong. Much of her artwork targets theimbalances of power structures, usinggroup discussion to dissect a sharedsense of struggle among people. From artinfo.com Reckoning (2012) Plexiglass boxes, memo pads,Jennifer Dalton buttons
  27. 27. Are you in Surplus? Are you in Debt? Reckoning (2012) Plexiglass boxes, memo pads,Jennifer Dalton buttons
  28. 28. Have you ever interacted with these objects before?Theodoros Untitled(2012)Stamatogiannis Ping pong table, net, and mats
  29. 29. Theodoros Untitled(2012)Stamatogiannis Ping pong table, net, and mats
  30. 30. How do we usually interact with art objects in a museum or gallery?  Who decides how we are supposed to interact?Theodoros UntitledStamatogiannis Basketball equipment
  31. 31. UntitledphotographyTheodorosStamatogiannis
  32. 32. “Traditionally, architecture creates place while sculpture creates objects. My practice is a research of how architecture can create sculptural objects that arise from the geometry and the function of architectural place.”Theodoros Untitled(2012)Stamatogiannis Ping pong table, net, and mats
  33. 33. f. r.e.e. Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve PaydirtEven Exchange) A project by Mel Chin
  34. 34. f. r.e.e. Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve PaydirtEven Exchange) A project by Mel Chin
  35. 35. f. r.e.e. Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve PaydirtEven Exchange) A project by Mel Chin
  36. 36. f. r.e.e. Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve PaydirtEven Exchange) A project by Mel Chin
  37. 37. f. r.e.e. Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve PaydirtEven Exchange) A project by Mel Chin
  38. 38. f. r.e.e. Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve PaydirtEven Exchange) A project by Mel Chin
  39. 39. f. r.e.e. Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve PaydirtEven Exchange) A project by Mel Chin
  40. 40. More examples from http://www.fundred.org/f. r.e.e. Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve PaydirtEven Exchange) A project by Mel Chin
  41. 41. f. r.e.e. Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve PaydirtEven Exchange) A project by Mel Chin
  42. 42. Mel Chin initiated Operation Paydirt in NewOrleans in 2008 where at least 30% of theinner city childhood population was affectedby lead-poisoning before Katrina.Chin also inserts art into unlikely places,including destroyed homes, toxic landfills,and even popular television, investigatinghow art can provoke greater socialawareness and responsibility. He developsprojects in the field of “green remediation,”using plants to remove toxic, heavy metalsfrom soil, and improve the quality ofcommunities.f. r.e.e. Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve PaydirtEven Exchange) A project by Mel Chin
  43. 43. Operation Paydirt is a multidisciplinary, artist-driven project advancing a solution to the devastating problem of lead (Pb) contaminated soil that puts thousands of children at risk for severe learning disabilities and behavioral problems. The goals of the project are to raise awareness of the issues of lead and to create a model for making cities lead-safe across the United States. Ultimately Operation Paydirt’s purpose is to support generational human and environmental health.f. r.e.e. Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve PaydirtEven Exchange) A project by Mel Chin
  44. 44. http://melchin.org/oeuvre/operation-paydirtfundred- dollar-bill-projectf. r.e.e. Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve PaydirtEven Exchange) A project by Mel Chin
  45. 45. This field near St Paul, Minnesota ranked at the top of the government issued Superfund list, indicating its incredible toxicity. At the time when Chin was considering his proposal to heal the land, it was so infected with incinerated sewage sludge that it was illegal for anyone to even step foot on it. Chin heals this polluted land by building a garden on it. He works on his project one plot at a time and fences off about a fifty-foot radius to plant the current garden. Heavy metals, which are proliferate in the soil, are fatal to most organisms when concentrated, however Chin has discovered a type of plant that cannot only tolerate such toxic elements, but leaches them out of the soil and stores it in its vascular system. These plants are called “hyperaccumulators” and are unique in the plant world because they can thrive in toxic landsf. r.e.e. Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve PaydirtEven Exchange) A project by Mel Chin
  46. 46. Superfundsites inNYC
  47. 47. Superfund sites in the USAf. r.e.e.(Fundred ReserveEven Exchange)
  48. 48. Is this what you’d expect “art” to be?  Or is this more “community activism?”What qualities should ‘good art’ have?1.-2.-3.-4.-5.-6.-7.-f. r.e.e. Pilot Branch of Operation(Fundred Reserve PaydirtEven Exchange) A project by Mel Chin
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