SPWS Guest Lecture 2/7/09: Nathalie Miebach @ Queens Museum of Art

In conjunction with the Queens International 4 at the Queens Museum of Art

SP Weather Station Guest Lecture series presents:

Nathalie Miebach
Boston-based sculptor speaking about her evolving project “Weather Suits for Cities” and related work

Saturday, February 7th 2pm
(open to the public / museum admission is $5 suggested donation)

Queens Museum of Art
Flushing Meadows Corona Park
for details/directions: www.queensmuseum.org/information/

About Nathalie Miebach:
Working at the intersection of art and science, Nathalie Miebach is a Boston-based sculptor who translates weather data into woven sculptures.  Using basket weaving as her method of translation, her work explores the role visual aesthetics play in the translation and understanding of science information. By utilizing artistic processes and everyday materials, she is questioning and expanding boundaries of visual articulation traditionally associated with science, while at the same time provoking expectations of what kind of visual vocabulary is considered to be in the domain of ‘science’ or ‘art’.   Nathalie Miebach holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Oberlin College, OH, a Master of Art Education and a Master of Fine Arts from Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA. She is currently a Residency Artist at Amherst College, MA.  www.nathaliemiebach.com

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About SP Weather Station:
SP Weather Station is an artist-run weather station based on a studio rooftop in Long Island City, New York. Co-founded by Natalie Campbell and Heidi Neilson in 2007, SP Weather Station is an interdisciplinary project which collects weather data, hosts a Guest Lecture Series, and produces artist multiples.  As an informal umbrella organization, SPWS invites participation from many other artists, groups, and weather enthusiasts.  www.spweatherstation.net

In conjunction with its participation in the Queens International 4, SPWS is organizing a series of lectures at the Queens Museum of Art.  Upcoming events include Sunday, March 1st: 3 Weather Talks in the Panorama with Isaac Gertman, Kenneth Goldsmith, and SPWS; Saturday, April 4th: Jane Marsching.

The SPWS installation at QMA features contributions from: Leah Beeferman, Natalie Campbell, Susan Goethel Campbell, Carrie Dashow, Mike Estabrook, Neil Freeman, Richard Garrison, Michael Geminder, Isaac Gertman, Kenneth Goldsmith, Vandana Jain, Katarina Jerinic, Daniel Larson, Bridget Lewis, Jane Marsching, Nathalie Miebach, Lize Mogel, Heidi Neilson, Chris Petrone, Sarah Nicole Phillips, Andrea Polli, Chuck Varga, Jing Yu, Liz Zanis

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