"Connect. Conspire. Create." →
Ran across this art project that resonates with artisfear: Derived from everyday routine, I seek to instill this experience of abundance in the participants of my projects. It is not necessarily the venue that makes art public. It is not the subject matter that makes work public. It is not the inclusion of certain demographics or specific qualities of otherness among my participants that...
Maura's take on the project →
Maura visited the project earlier in the week when things were incredibly tense and I was still trying to figure out how to navigate the situation. She followed up with questions for both me and Agnes but so much was still unresolved even at the end of the week. Anyway, her thoughtful impressions for tbd.com made me feel sorta bad because I think Agnes is an incredible person/artist and I know she...
Arin at the City Paper says Agnes is a little ripe... →
Agnes’ suggestion to the Hirshhorn for getting the bubble built much faster! i would suggest they get in touch with the good folks at www.pittsburghmaterialstech.com/ for the construction of their little project. they taught me how to operate their walk in furnace and provided free snacks during the building process.
NBC Washington! →
The Curbed blog seems impressed with artisfear →
American Banking News covers artisfear →
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randallpacker asked: When the artist as performer becomes the artwork as a living object, how does this transform the viewer, in which it is no longer plausible to maintain a passive relationship to the work.
exiting223 asked: I used to be an intern for an artist who had a hard time keeping me busy. If your interns happen to be at loose ends, perhaps Agnes could put one of them to good use? Perhaps the intern can shine the inside of her bubble, feed her crackers or quiz her about the history of conceptual performance art? Also can you ask Agnes who her favorite Beatle is? And what is she planning to do with that big...
Photo essay by Matt Dunn →
111124 asked: Perhaps you should paint Agnes's toenails
clubhex asked: I heard Agnes likes to dance. Have you tried playing her a song?
ukle asked: Do you have any privacy? What if you blocked the tunnels with pillows or put a sheet over the structure? Or turned on "Never gonna give you up" by Rick Astley really loud to mask phone conversations?
stevegoldenberg asked: I wonder what smells she likes and hates. Could you pump some in to the bubble and get her feedback? Maybe as part of your cooking...
Maura at TBD.com visits with Agnes →
ukle asked: Maybe you should invent and initiate a drinking game with the artist.
Veggie lasagna →
I made a veggie lasagna that I thought was pretty good. The City Paper can verify the alleged deliciousness of this lasagna when it stops by for a visit on Thursday. p.s. Agnes and I didn’t start the blog together to document the project. I started it on my own late Sunday night after I posted a picture of Agnes on Facebook and someone asked if I’d be giving updates throughout the...
Did a little yoga stretching with Agnes this morning.
theswaggerlife asked: What are the consequences if you, Philippa, default on a term of the contract you've signed with Agnes? This is all so intriguing and exciting!
I don’t cook much these days so having to prepare a meal for someone twice each day has been a challenge, especially when I myself rarely eat at home.