NYC and Knoxville friends and colleagues:
A new work by SURVIVAL DESIGN (Jason S. Brown + Elizabeth Scofield)
GREEN ROOF, will be
featured in a mobile art show that will be traveling around NYC for the
10 days. Installed on the
roof of a large truck (see attached JPG), GREEN ROOF is part of a
public art happening called
cell2Cell2CELL presented by the RIDER project.
Between Sept. 7 - 16, we will be parking the truck at the times listed
PDF and exhibiting in
Williamsburg, Chelsea, Harlem, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Olympus Fashion
Glowlab’s CONFLUX and
outside of the Whitney Museum of American Art.
OPENING tonight Thursday September 7, Galapagos art space, 70 North 6th
Street, Williamsburg 6-10
pm. If you are in NYC and want to find me and the truck, please call my
Thanks for your support of our work!
Jason and Elizabeth
GREEN ROOF consists of 70 blades of lime green grass with purple tips,
appearing to grow out of the
roof of the truck. Although the materials are artificial and synthetic,
forms are modeled on the
structure of long blades of grass. We intend to create an intriguing
absurd situation, that might
generate public conversation about the ecological possibilities of
design in urban areas.
Survival Design is a collective group of artists who work in urban and
spaces to temporarily alter
the landscape in order to question human relationships with the natural
Designed to invite
audience participation, our projects challenge viewers to engage in a
dialogue about individual,
community, and place.