The Possible Overwear project RS
Rowena Sartin OVERWEAR progression smocks made for the Possible show at Berkeley Art Museum.
Made as canvas smock blanks, they’ve been worn by the artists working in the various open studios set up in the museum.
Check out the website which has ongoing updates on contributors, projects, performances, publications and more:
WAKA WAKA observation chair in situ
WAKA WAKA teak Observation Chair made for the Possible show at Berkeley Art Museum.
Indoor and outdoor views. Made for simultaneous contemplation.
See more projects on the exhibition’s website:
NEW LOCATION ANNOUNCEMENT
We are on the move!
new spring works, new attitudes~ ~ ~ ~, new news:
IKO IKO + Building Block will be setting up a collaborative studio and show space together
@ 1727 n. spring street
los angeles, ca 90012
(in lower Chinatown next to the Cornfield Park)
We will be closing our 801 Mateo Street space March 30 and will re-open April 15 at our new permanent home.
Please stay tuned for updates on our grand re-opening event April 26.
ikoikospace.com / 323.719.1079
building—block.com / 213.537.2553
The POSSIBLE at BAM/PFA
Rowena Sartin canvas overwear work garments will be worn throughout the project in the various studios, the finished garment being with all of the work accumulated on them.
WAKA WAKA observation chair will be included later in March.
officially opens February 28
at the Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive
2626 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA 94720
The Possible is an experimental exhibition that reconceives the museum as a site for creative convergence. You will have the chance to be a part of this evolving exhibition by engaging directly with an exciting array of visiting artists.
As an open platform for shared creativity and the exploration of diverse artistic techniques,The Possible combines studio, classroom, library, gallery, and stage. A multisensory library provides context and inspiration, while the galleries are reconfigured as a series of workspaces: a ceramics studio, dye lab, print shop, and recording studio. Collaborating with one another and the public, a diverse range of guest artists will use these studios to create new work in a public forum. The finished works will filter into a gallery installation, building the exhibition over time. We hope to inspire a spirit of experimentation, improvisation, and play by providing opportunities for artists to go deeper into familiar mediums, experience new practices, and work collaboratively. The studios will function as classrooms during a series of Sunday public workshops and audiences will also be invited to participate in discussions, performances, and field trips during the course of the exhibition. And bring the whole family to Kids Club, a special gallery devoted to engaging children in the creative process that is at the heart of this project.
For more info on the Sunday workshop series:
WAKA WAKA trashcan for special order
WAKA WAKA trashcan
Stained Baltic birch plywood, brass casters
A trash can that moves.
Contact us for special order info.
323.719.1079 / email@example.com
WAKA WAKA Observation Chair
WAKA WAKA, observation chair
Teak with oak dowels
Special project for the Berkeley Art Museum’s The Possible
Rowena Sartin Furoshiki Bag in Tyvek
Rowena Sartin tyvek furoshiki bag
For lunch carrying or typical bag functions but in tyvek.
the ancient heart and the future
WAKA WAKA sunrise cabinet
WAKA WAKA sunrise cabinet
Baltic birch plywood
Finally a piece for our home!
Rowena Sartin OVERWEAR Spring/Summer 2014
Rowena Sartin OVERWEAR spring/summer 2014
Our ongoing collection interpreting clothing for work, creating, thinking and the time in between. Some new additions in fabric and shape.
Available at the close of February.