Headed to the US/Mexico border for week of desert-tent-living and art-making with five other artists. Very happy to join Signal Fire on their amazing OUTPOST residency…
The public lands adjoining the US- Mexico border protect some of the rarest and most biologically diverse habitat in North America. These places are also the focus of increasing militarization by US Border Control. Signal Fire invites activists, researchers, and artists for a unique remote residency in southern Arizona to craft a creative response to the wild places of an embattled region.
An amazing experience…here is a video of my talk about past and future work.
Miriam Simun presents at the 2013 Creative Capital Artist Retreat from Creative Capital on Vimeo.
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GhostFood, a commissioned by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, will be going on a 3-city, 3-state inaugural tour this October. Serving post-extinction snacks in Philadelphia, Newark and Manhattan. We will be parked in Newark and New York as a part of Marfa/NY Dialogues: a series of imaginative responses to climate change.
1522 N American St, Philadelphia PA
Gallery Aferro / Newark Open Doors
73 Market Street, Newark NJ
Rauschenberg Project Space / Quiet Earth
455 West 19th Street, New York NY
It’s hot out and I am a hot pick! (108 degrees in Brooklyn right now)
I am honored to be featured on the Smack Mellon site!
Awarded the Creative Capital Grant in Emerging Fields for my upcoming project Eat Your Future.
Human Cheese is feautured in the lovely journal Landfill Quarterly.
21% (A Colorless Odorless Tasteless Nonflammable Diatomic Gas) is Presented by the Minneapolis Institute of Arts this weekend!
Commissioned by NorthernLights.mn for Northern Spark Nuite Blanche Festival 2012
Human Cheese Project featured alongside much wonderful work at the intersection of food, art and design in the Design:Digest issue of Design Indaba edited by Marije Vogelzang