A Collaboration: Queens Museum Art Lab

I had the happy opportunity of designing an interactive art making space with artists Yung Oh Le Page and Claudia Dishon in collaboration with the Queens Museum over the summer. The goal was to transform the Rubin Gallery into an environment that encourages visitors to interact, through tactile creativity, with exhibits; presently, American Artist: My Blue WindowNicolas Moufarrege: Recognize My SignThe Art of Rube Goldberg and Pia Camil: Fade into black. . . The interactive art props were chiefly built by Le Page. And Amy Raffel (without whom we would not have met our deadline) and I did lots of painting, staining and stringed that loom so tight almost all my fingers had to be bandaged! So you see, you simply have to visit the Queens Museum and use that space! 
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JAO

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