These frequent visits by collaborating artists, writers, and critics at Mildred's Lane invite the public to participate in collective tasks and discussions, from hosting food-related events to explorations of creative processes related to the visual arts, writing, biology, and more. All Swarmings take place at MoMA Studio: Common Senses on an impromptu basis during opening hours, unless otherwise noted.
Paul Bartow is trained in both visual arts and architecture. His art focuses on human/nonhuman entanglements, which can be thought of as interwoven systems involving history, culture, nonhuman agents, material interactions, and time. Bartow presents Vernacular Hybrids: architecture for the emergent practice, a discussion about the buildings at Mildred’s Lane—their design, construction, and agents for collaboration. He will follow by discussing his own work.
In conjunction with the exhibition MoMA Studio: Common Senses
This event is free and participation is on a first-come first-served basis.