Uppur Bunk interviews artist Marinella Senatore (http://marinella-senatore.com/). This interview took place in Santa Barbara prior to the opening of her show at the Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara. On the panel were Uppur Bunk members Patrick Melroy & Raymond Douglas.
Join the Uppur Bunk in Wonder Valley to see Spectacular Subdivision.
Uppur Bunk member Patrick Melroy has been curated into the project by Monte Vista Project’s Jay Lizo. So if you find yourself in need of some desert time come see the work on April 4, 5, & 6.
High Desert Test Sites and Monte Vista Projects present Spectacular Subdivision, a group project curated by Jay Lizo. This three-day exhibition invites artists to reflect on questions of housing and real estate in the aftermath of the 2008 housing market crisis. What does housing mean to artists in relation to their practice? How has the mortgage meltdown affected artists? How have forms of domesticity and shelter shaped artists’ practices?
Read more at the link below.
Jack Aldrich and Patrick Melroy braved the crush of shoppers at the busiest shopping plaza in the county. The two executed a project in and around the shopping center for one hour at the height of the shopping frenzy.
The Uppur Bunk produced a Onesie on Thursday, August 8th, 2013. We had eight artists working for one hour within a one square block radius. The projects were dynamic and astute. We captured some of the event with an Olympus 35 mm supplied by bunk regular Nick Cook. Any other documentation or questions or notes or warm thoughts can be emailed to email@example.com
Named by collaborator Nick Cook, the Onesie is a one night art making event. Bring your gear, come make art with us. We will fan out, and create art in the world. We will gather after an hour and take a walking tour and create a map.
The theme is lonely crowd. Draw, take photos, make movements, or just come to see the others do it. We will be hoping to see you.