Interview SciArt Magazine

Straight Talk with Elizabeth Demaray, by Danielle McCloskey, SciArt Magazine, February Issue, 2015, full text with images can be purchased at http://www.sciartmagazine.com/uploads/6/0/8/9/6089526/screen_shot_2016-05-17_at_9.43.37_am.png Danielle McCloskey (DM): From encasing plants and rocks in knits and upholstery fabric, culturing lichen to live on the sides of New York City buildings, exploring the effects of a diet of fast food on … Read more Interview SciArt Magazine

Interview in Journal of Interdisciplinary Humanities: Environmental Aesthetics

Interview with Leeann Westman for the Environmental Aesthetics issue, Fall 2015   Leeann Westman (LW): Where did you begin as an artist? Elizabeth Demaray (ED): Ok, I’m actually going to tell you what happened exactly. I took an elective class in art when I was a junior in college. I was majoring in cognitive psychology and trying … Read more Interview in Journal of Interdisciplinary Humanities: Environmental Aesthetics

Project/Artist (Sustainability, Art/Sci, Interactive links)

Hi Everybody, I’m using the space below to generate a list of links to artists/projects/research/writings in the areas of Sustainability, Art/Sci, Interactive Systems and sculpture. Cheers and feel free to e-mail me with any additions! ElizLinks to Sustainability Projects/Artists:Murray Bookchin: new ecological vision of the city: https://www.jacobinmag.com/2016/07/murray-bookchin-ecology-kurdistan-pkk-rojava-technology-environmentalism-anarchy Plastic Free Island Kefalonia (2015):PLASTIC FREE ISLAND (Island Sans Plastic) examines … Read more Project/Artist (Sustainability, Art/Sci, Interactive links)

Chelsea Sculpture (be here now)

Walking through the gallery district this Friday I couldn’t help but think about how Brooklyn has sucked the air out of Chelsea. Still, there is no better place to go right now for a straight to your blood hit of dazzling sculpture.I went for the Meg Webster exhibition at Paula Cooper. Her beautiful, minimal sculptures in … Read more Chelsea Sculpture (be here now)

Midterm Review Sculpture II/Advanced

HI Guys!??On Monday we will be 1) doing our Midterm 2) reading Your Artist Staement to the class 3) sharing the sketches of your projection projects.??MIDTERM: Will include my own questions from the material below so please go review all materials!?—How To Write About Art (Intro and Sculpture section)?—-How To Write An Artist Statement (http://www.agora-gallery.com/advice/blog/2015/05/12/how-to-write-an-artist-statement/)?—-Swale Sculpture … Read more Midterm Review Sculpture II/Advanced

Swal: Designs For An Edible Floating Forrest, Saturday Sculpture Workshop at Rutgers-Camden

Students from my Advanced Sculpture classes, Andrew Hamill’s Sculpture Foundations class and Mary Mattingly’s Art and Urban Sustainability class at Rutgers-Camden, cam together for a day long workshop to design planters for the project Swale, which is an edible floating forrest created on top of submerged container freight boxes. A full project description is available here: http://www.swaleny.org/html/images.htmlAndrea … Read more Swal: Designs For An Edible Floating Forrest, Saturday Sculpture Workshop at Rutgers-Camden