RECIPIENTS

Postcommodity and Museum of Contemporary Native Arts
New Work Project Grant

Harpo Foundation was pleased to support It Wasn't the Dream of Golden Cities, on view August 1, 2010 to January 3, 2011 at The Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA). This series of site-specific installations, exhibition, and related programming was developed by MoCNA's Chief Curator, Ryan Rice (Mohawk) and Postcommodity,...

Lara Schnitger and Sculpture Center
New Work Project Grant

Harpo Foundation was pleased to support the production of new work by Lara Schnitger, on view at Sculpture Center from September 12 - November 29, 2010. Lara Schnitger's sculptures and installations draw from the polyglot of the contemporary urban landscape, referencing fashion, architecture, signage, and other aspects of the built...

Michael Mercil and Stratford Ecological Center
New Work Project Grant

The Virtual Pasture is an "agri/cultural" experiment making relation between a flock of sheep; a small grazing meadow; an outdoor video monitor; a public land-grant university; a non-profit farm and nature preserve, and the Wexner Center for the Arts at Ohio State University. The Virtual Pasture stimulates a sequence of aesthetic,...

Donna Conlon and Jonathan Harker and TEOR/éTica
New Work Project Grant

Donna Conlon and Jonathan Harker live and work in Panama and have been making collaborative work since 2006. Conlon has a background in science and sculpture and Harker in film and media studies. Their work merges Conlon's use of ordinary objects and investigations of human behavior with Harker's irony and...

Ernesto Oroza and Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
New Work Project Grant

Harpo Foundation funding provided support for a site-specific project by Ernesto Oroza, a Cuban interdisciplinary artist and designer based in Miami whose work focuses on conceptual design and architecture. Ernesto Oroza's project took place at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, a former residence modeled after European archetypes of comfort, aristocratic lifestyle,...

Spectres of Liberty and Franklin Furnace
New Work Project Grant

Spectres of Liberty is an artist collaborative made up of Dara Greenwald, Josh MacPhee and Olivia Robinson. Their hybrid work combines moving images, situated and community practices, and historical research as well as digital animation, video, sculpture, web, text, and print. Harpo Foundation is pleased to have supported The Great Central Depot...