Monthly Archive for: ‘June, 2014’


Writing with Plants

This summer, some small plants started to appear on the side median of the street on Franklin Street in Chapel Hill, NC.  At first glance, they look like random tufts of greenery.  However, if you walk by slowly you are able to read words made of plants that line the street medians. PLANT PLAY ROOT MADE WITH NOT L8R are some […]

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Fooling the Nine Billion: Why We Need Good Food, Not More Food – Ricardo Salvador

This spring I was able to attend an amazing lecture by Ricardo Salvador called, “Fooling the Nine Billion: Why We Need Good Food, Not More Food.” Salvador is the senior scientist and director of the Food & Environment Program at the Union of Concerned Scientists.  This group is working with citizens, scientists, economists, and politicians to transition our current food […]

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Caring for the Commons: A Print Multiple Project

I am proud that I was invited to be part of a project that explored printmaking in the digital age.  For the project each artist had to create an edition of 25 prints.  As part of the project, the artists created an online image repository, where digital images could be shared.  I ended up using several images that others had […]

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The Dream of Flying – A Gastro Geographical Aerobanquet

I recently got an invitation to a unique banquet – of sights, sound, and taste.  I could not attend, but found this event to be an interesting combination of performance, site, and food. The event was part of The Wind Tunnel Project, which is a series of events that brings together new commissions and performances by artists in the UK […]

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Kbaumlier is featured in The Artist’s Library – A Field Guide


A couple of years ago I participated in a project called the Library as Incubator Project.  Over 100 artists were asked to answer the question, “What does the phrase ‘library as incubator’ mean to you?”  I sent in a statement about my love of libraries and their role in my making process. The cofounders and editors of the project, Erinn Batykefer […]

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