RECIPIENTS

Romy Achituv and Arteam Interdisciplinary Art
New Work Project Grant

Harpo provided funding to support Romy Achituv and Arteam's development of The Garden Library Database Visualization Project . The Garden Library is an outdoor, open-air library, located in a public park in the center of Tel Aviv. Established in 2009 to serve the community of refugees and migrant workers that congregate in the park...

Deborah Stratman and Images Festival
New Work Project Grant

Harpo is pleased to have provided support for Deborah Stratman's Tactical Uses of a Belief in the Unseen (2), an exhibition that was presented by Mercer Union in collaboration with the 25th Images Festival in Toronto (April 14 - May 19, 2012). By creating an environment that is both a landscape...

Bundith Phunsombatlert and NY Foundation for the Arts
New Work Project Grant

Bundith Phunsombatlert will use Harpo support to develop his project, T|r|a|n|s|t|r|a|c|k, a sound installation that combines the metaphorical meanings and functions of trains and sound tracks as well as the concept of transformative space in telling the stories of refugees in the United States. This project was funded as part...

Will Wilson and Earth Care International
New Work Project Grant

Will Wilson is using Harpo funds to support his ongoing project, "Auto Immune Response Laboratory," which presents and promotes the cultivation of physical and social ecologies related to Indigenous food species of the US Southwest. For more information about this project, visit here....

Stephanie Rothenberg and 516 Arts
New Work Project Grant

Stephanie Rothenberg will use Harpo fundsto support, LAPUTA, INC.: THE SECRET OF ETERNAL LEVITATION, an installation and workshop created for ISEA2012, taking place at 516 ARTS in September 2012 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. "Laputa, Inc." is a mixed reality, public art installation and correlating workshop that explores how contemporary visions of utopian...

Aram Bartholl and Museum of the Moving Image
New Work Project Grant

Harpo Foundation is pleased to support "DVD Dead Drop," a project that will turn the Museum of the Moving Image into a free digital vending machine. Visitors will insert a blank disc into a slot embedded in the surface of the Museum building and receive a surprise assortment of digital data culled...