slowLab-at-NoguchiJulia Mandle 'Dirty Cookies' (2014)Henriette Waal 'Edible Landscape Red Hook Ale' (2014)

Highlights of our 2014/15 programs in New York City



In connectino with our exhibition DUST, DIALOGUE AND UNCERTAINTY, slowLab led a research residency at Pratt Insitute, engaging students and faculty in Slow knowledge topics, tools and traces to expand their design thinking and practice.

We invited creative actors from our international network to join us for a series of public Slow dialogues, presented with partner locations including Critical Practices Inc., Metropolitan Exchange, and The New York Earth Room.

The images at left are (top to bottom) Maria Blaisse's installation probing Ecology at the Noguchi Museum. traces of Julia Mandle's 'Dirty Cookies' party at the Old American Can Factory, and Henriette Waal's exploration of Slower forms of Economy in Red Hook Brooklyn.



CURRENT > Our most recent updates are on Facebook, a page you can see whether or not you have an account. There you find current project developments, links to videos and articles, and images like the one above (from our project archive, a collaboration with artist Pierre Mansire and the Sandberg Institute exploring traces in time).

We're also using that space to encourage critical thinking and dialogue about the roles and responsibilities of social media today. Take a look here>>

The bottom two photos at left are courtesy of M. Alexander Weber for Pratt Manhattan Gallery.



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