Call for work from Cape Cod artists now.... getting on the road in May!
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"This is life"
Bsided: When you began this piece, was it color, shape, or some other aspect that you followed? Did that change?
Meet The Collaborators:
Artist Kevin Morrow received his MFA degree from the University of Auckland, New Zealand where he studied in the Contemporary Maori Department (Te Toi Hou). Upon completion, Morrow returned to the U.S. to live and work in Austin, Texas where he spent a year or so concentrating on earthworks. Morrow now lives and works in New York.
Poet Gabby Bates currently resides in Auburn, Alabama, where she researches literary journalism rhetoric as it pertains to victims of injustice, dreams about Mount Rainier, and bakes lots of sweet potatoes.
Designer Sarah Van Sanden has studied visual art, botany and design and makes her living designing and building landscapes.
Broadsided relies on YOU to move this work into the world. As of this month, we've moved all our Vector info onto a Tumblr page—pictures, quotes, inspiration, and the big map (which looks better than ever!).
You don't need to "join" to look or even to share pictures and stories with us and with each other.
Check it out and tell us what you think of Broadsided or about your Vectorizing adventures.
WCAI, the NPR station of Cape Cod and the Islands, created this great story about Broadsided: "A Rope Without Knots." In it, translator Roger Sedarat reads "Ghazal 17" and there's the thrilling sound of ripping tape. Give a listen!
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