Public headscratching on the topic of artists and climate change

No beginning no end... covered by Urban Gardens

July 2013 continuation of a conversation on art and science Final Fridays at Montalvo

May 2013 When they were Wild in KCET's Artbound

May 2013 When they were Wild in Eagle Rock Patch

October 2012 Can Artists Heal Nature in Los Angeles? is part of a continuing conversation that began as part of SOC(i)AL: Art + People, previewed on KCET's ArtBound

July 2012 opening of Age of Amphibians at Reseda Pool, installed on shade towers designed by Lehrer Architects

Adventures in Collecting Water details the process of collecting 144 gallons of water to represent the daily consumption of average Angelenos for WaterLAB

Domus publishes photos of WaterLAB at A+D Museum in Los Angeles

Public Art 4Culture reports on the installation of the water blessings at Brightwater

Loving this trailer for the Miroslav Mandic film about Johnny Appleseed, in which I appear, conducting poppy anthropology on York Boulevard. Searching for Johnny has shown at film festivals in Sarajevo and Athens

Emergency Living System for Jane and Rain represents Taiwan in Motherhood: Mother Image in Asian Art at Ewha Womens University Museum

Brightwater at the AIA Seattle Design Festival

Public Art 4Culture: Brightwater Art & Utility

These photos on Mithun's website beautifully convey the essence of this large scale engineering project

Circle of Blue reports on Brightwater

said by...

"... Her investigations of public settings-- however whimsical and poetic-- become deceptively strong political statements..."-- Martin Patrick, "Performative tactics and the choreographic reinvention of public space" in Art & the Public Sphere, 2011.

"...That this piece is the first manifestation of the artwork to be installed at Brightwater is a lovely happenstance, for its clarity and poetics embody all the artwork designed for the site..." -- 4Culture on Brightwater

"With each of her projects the product of long-term observation, Jane Tsong's work invites her viewers to pause and contemplate the "myriad small things" that make up quotidian experience."-- Owen Driggs, 2010