Article source: http://urbanheritages.wordpress.com/2012/02/13/artist-talk-by-betsey-biggs-on-the-providence-postcard-project/
From the Winter 2012 Symposium held at Brown University. More information here.
A nice little piece of press on the Postcard Project was recently featured in the Providence Daily Dose: http://providencedailydose.com/2012/01/22/providence-postcard-project/ Head over to the Granoff Center Friday for the opening party of The Providence Postcard Project — 1000 postcards,100 photographs, 22 neighborhoods — you may still have time to participate yourself. The Providence Postcard Project, by artist Betsey Biggs, explores […]
A love letter to, and ongoing exploration of, the city of Providence Lower Lobby Gallery | Granoff Center for the Creative Arts | 154 Angell Street | Providence, Rhode Island Opening reception: January 27, 2012 – 5:30pm 1000 postcards – 100 photographs – 22 neighborhoods. “The Postcard Project,” by artist Betsey Biggs, explores the familiar souvenir […]
A Discussion of International Approaches Heritage professionals from around the world converge on Brown’s campus for a day of conversation. Cape Town – Dublin – Hong Kong – Istanbul – Providence – York What is heritage, and what forms does it take in an urban environment? How are creative practices affected by, and how do they […]
On January 15, 2012, at AS220 in downtown Providence, artist Betsey Biggs launched her Providence Postcard Project. The project explores the familiar souvenir medium of postcards as a source of reflection by the residents of Providence on what meanings the city holds. Beginning this week, the project will be distributing pre-addressed, postage-paid postcards featuring photographs taken […]
This past Saturday, I was invited to be a panelist for a plenary session for the 2011 meeting of the Contemporary and Historical Archaeology in Theory (CHAT) at Boston University. Organized by Rodney Harrison, the plenary “Designs for an Archaeology of the Contemporary” was a wonderful opportunity to engage in cutting-edge, critical conversations around the […]
I’ve been experimenting with Microsoft’s re-launch of Photosynth as a mobile application. Here I’ve applied it to documenting Dennis McNulty’s exhibition ‘Space replaced by volume’ which is currently open at the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts at Brown University. As it is often difficult to capture the spatial relationships between works in the documentation […]