Art in Odd Places, 14th Street New York, Oct 6-9th 2016
Performance with interactive dress as a social interface : The Median Income Revenue dress
Come and talk to me I have a microphone!
SUNDAY OCTOBER 9TH NEW YORK I WILL ON THE HIGH LINE ENTERING AT 14TH ST WALKING TOWARDS THE THEATER AREA STARTING AROUND 6 PM UNTIL 7 PM
Complete schedule at www.race.artinoddplaces.org
Event part of what to do this week in New York and photo on page 2 of printed edition!
Image of this project on page 2 of Time Out NY magazine : This week in New York!
Creative Climate Awards 2016, Human Impacts Institute, New York, Exhibition Sept 27th-Oct 27th
Opening 6:30-8:30PM, Tuesday September 27th, 2016
Creative Climate Awards Closing Party Thursday, October 27, 2016 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Where: Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) - 1 East 42nd Street, New York, NY
Americas' Folly, Art Museum of the Americas
Performance with Soprano of 6 theme dresses
about increased social inequalities and environmental issues
ART AFTER DARK | Friday, August 28, 2015 | 8pm-1am
AMA ׀ Art Museum of the Americas
Organization of American States
201 18th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20006
The artist would like to thank for its support the Conseil des arts de Longueuil and the Quebec Government Offices in Washington and New York
Residency Unlimited, Brooklyn New York, 2015
Residency Unlimited will support me for a 3 months project planned April to June 2015. I will arrive in New York with an array of wearable structures each displaying a different theme. In situ photography, video and performance will be done in New York. The concept is to have the body presenting data and bring attention to an array of social issues.
Unnatural Selections at Miyako Yoshinaga, 547W 27th St #204, Chelsea, New York
December 12th until January18th 2014
FOR PRESS COVERAGE SEE LINKS
Window installation at 223-225W 10th Street, NYC
Insects of Surinam 19 is transforming the window into a light box.
The West 10th Street Window is curated by Natalie Diaz and Jennie Lamensdorf and is sponsored by the Time Equities Inc. (TEI) Art-in-Buildings Program
Migrations of the Arthropods, solo exhibition, Chelsea, July
303 10th Avenue
(Between 27th and 28th)
Chelsea, New York
Tuesday-Saturday 12-6 pm
Opening reception July 25, 6-8 pm
Migrations of the Arthropods is a summer exhibition presenting a 2012 summer experience as the artist entered the water in New York City. The exhibition presents four video loops and photographs documenting the artist's journey as she prepares for global warming. During this process she builds wearable structures with recycled plastic bottles and various containers in order to transform herself into an insect, a species that will thrive with climate change. With the floating apparatus, she is ready to enter the water. In this piece, Paul proposes a reversal of Kafka's Metamorphosis – where being an insect is a tragedy – and presents it here as a strategy or a way to adapt. Dominique Paul was awarded a five month residency on Governors Island by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.
LUMEN festival New York Features image of video selected for the event, Migrations of the Arthropods, 2012, 5 min 21 sec
Under the Radar: The New Visonaries, Armory Show Art Week
A showcase of artworks from Quebec
Opening March 8, 6 to 9 pm
March 6th-March 11th 2012
Guided by invoices Gallery
558 West, 21st Street, New York
Artist-in-Residence studio programm, LMCC, New York
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC), Swing Space programm on Governors' Island, March to July 2012