Graffito Works Presents a Performance inspired by Robert Lobe’s “In the Forest Drawn of Metal” featuring Forest Projects, Collaborative Works with Kathleen Gilje. The performance took place at the West Gallery, Grounds For Sculpture. Steven Weisz’s brainchild, Graffito Works, is a unique platform for dancers and performing artists to create site-specific work and to make… Continue reading Graffito Works at Grounds For Sculpture
Is a former United States Army fort at Sandy Hook in Middletown Township New Jersey. The coastal artillery base defended the Atlantic coast and the entrance to New York Harbor. Between 1874 and 1919, Fort Hancock was operated in conjunction with the US Army’s Sandy Hook Proving Ground. It is now part of Fort Hancock… Continue reading Fort Hancock
Pictures and a video of a few artifacts collected by: The National Museum Of Industrial History and Bethlehem Steel(Bethlehem, PA), The New Jersey Transportation Heritage Center(Phillipsburg, NJ) and The Peoples Water Company Pump House (Phillipsburg, NJ). The Peoples Water Company Pump House The video uses music by Telegraphy. The track is called Someone In… Continue reading Wheels, Steam and Steel
This was a walk around the empty beaches of Corson’s inlet state park in the Garden state. Corsons Inlet State Park and the empty beaches of Ocean City The video clip features music by Mal(A.Ventura)2. The pieces are called: corte 1, corte 2 and corte 3. One of the pictures in this collection,The Boardwalk Of… Continue reading The Boardwalk Of Life….
This was a day trip with NYC Brainiacs last Sunday. We spent a few hours touring the private mansion and later the lab complex(Invention factory) in West Orange, NJ. I was not aware of the vast number of inventions that Thomas Edison had worked on. It was mind boggling to hear all the stories from… Continue reading Thomas Edison: A closer look at his life and work