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  • Panya Clark Espinal — Chio TV Party
    From Here Right Now The Visitor First Snow Tokyo First Snow The Silence and the Storm Northern Night Central Neighbourhood House Captured Escaped At This Point Covenant House Like Ancient Pots Re Appearances The Nature of Giving Punti di Vista Aqueduct Patterns of Commitment Collectors Michael C Rockefeller Decalog Research Discovery Previous Next Chio TV Party 2008 Chio TV Party 2008 detail Chio TV Party 2008 Research and Development thread tetra paks 10 x 12 inches This is one of many projects based on the ideas of Friedrich Fröbel 1782 1852 the German educator who designed implemented and named the first kindergarten program Fröbel s program fashioned itself around a philosophy of unity leading children to manipulate materials through various exercises called Gifts and Occupations to address forms of nature knowledge and beauty Key modernist architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier passed through the program in its heyday and some writers have made the case that it provided the seed pearl of modernism Through an intimate exploration and reinvention of Fröbel s exercises Clark Espinal s contemporary manifestations highlight the parallels between Fröbel s concepts and modernist ideals Chio TV Party is a contemporary take on the

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  • Panya Clark Espinal — Chio Book
    First Snow The Silence and the Storm Northern Night Central Neighbourhood House Captured Escaped At This Point Covenant House Like Ancient Pots Re Appearances The Nature of Giving Punti di Vista Aqueduct Patterns of Commitment Collectors Michael C Rockefeller Decalog Research Discovery Previous Next Chio Book 2008 closed Chio Book 2008 open paper thread Chio Book 2008 detail Chio Book 2008 detail Chio Book 2008 detail Chio Book 2008 detail Chio Book 2008 detail Chio Book 2008 detail Chio Book 2008 detail Chio Book 2008 detail Chio Book 2008 Project paper thread 4 x 4 x 1 inch This is one of many projects based on the ideas of Friedrich Fröbel 1782 1852 the German educator who designed implemented and named the first kindergarten program Fröbel s program fashioned itself around a philosophy of unity leading children to manipulate materials through various exercises called Gifts and Occupations to address forms of Nature Knowledge and Beauty Key modernist architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier passed through the program in its heyday and some writers have made the case that it provided the seed pearl of modernism Through an intimate exploration and reinvention of Fröbel s exercises Clark Espinal

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  • Panya Clark Espinal — The Second Occupation
    Rockefeller Decalog Research Discovery Previous Next The Second Occupation 2007 closed The Second Occupation 2007 open paper thread glassine The Second Occupation 2007 open paper thread glassine The Second Occupation 2007 open paper thread glassine The Second Occupation 2007 open paper thread glassine The Second Occupation 2007 open paper thread glassine The Second Occupation 2007 open paper thread glassine The Second Occupation 2007 open paper thread glassine The Second Occupation 2007 open paper thread glassine The Second Occupation 2007 open paper thread glassine The Second Occupation 2007 open paper thread glassine The Second Occupation 2007 detail The Second Occupation 2007 detail The Second Occupation 2007 detail The Second Occupation 2007 detail The Second Occupation 2007 detail The Second Occupation 2007 detail The Second Occupation 2007 detail The Second Occupation 2007 detail The Second Occupation 2007 detail The Second Occupation 2007 detail The Second Occupation 2007 detail The Second Occupation 2007 detail The Second Occupation 2007 detail The Second Occupation 2007 detail back of page The Second Occupation 2007 detail back of page The Second Occupation 2007 detail back of page The Second Occupation 2007 Project wood paper thread glassine 13 x 13 x 1 5 inches expands to approximately 26 feet in length This is one of many projects based on the ideas of Friedrich Fröbel 1782 1852 the German educator who designed implemented and named the first kindergarten program Fröbel s program fashioned itself around a philosophy of unity leading children to manipulate materials through various exercises called Gifts and Occupations to address forms of Nature Knowledge and Beauty Key modernist architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier passed through the program in its heyday and some writers have made the case that it provided the seed pearl of modernism Through an intimate exploration and reinvention of

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  • Panya Clark Espinal — Fröbel Inspired Books
    Right Now The Visitor First Snow Tokyo First Snow The Silence and the Storm Northern Night Central Neighbourhood House Captured Escaped At This Point Covenant House Like Ancient Pots Re Appearances The Nature of Giving Punti di Vista Aqueduct Patterns of Commitment Collectors Michael C Rockefeller Decalog Research Discovery Previous Next Fröbel Inspired Books 2007 installation view Fröbel Inspired Books 2007 detail Fröbel Inspired Books 2007 detail Fröbel Inspired Books 2007 detail Fröbel Inspired Books 2007 detail Fröbel Inspired Books 2007 Research and Development altered books dimensions variable This is one of many projects based on the ideas of Friedrich Fröbel 1782 1852 the German educator who designed implemented and named the first kindergarten program Fröbel s program fashioned itself around a philosophy of unity leading children to manipulate materials through various exercises called Gifts and Occupations to address forms of Nature Knowledge and Beauty Key modernist architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier passed through the program in its heyday and some writers have made the case that it provided the seed pearl of modernism Through an intimate exploration and reinvention of Fröbel s exercises Clark Espinal s contemporary manifestations take the form of found objects which

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  • Panya Clark Espinal — The Occupational Travel Kit
    Remembered Four men whom I never met From Here Right Now The Visitor First Snow Tokyo First Snow The Silence and the Storm Northern Night Central Neighbourhood House Captured Escaped At This Point Covenant House Like Ancient Pots Re Appearances The Nature of Giving Punti di Vista Aqueduct Patterns of Commitment Collectors Michael C Rockefeller Decalog Research Discovery Previous Next The Occupational Travel Kit 2007 detail closed The Occupational Travel Kit 2007 detail closed The Occupational Travel Kit 2007 Tool felt bone wool fabricated and found tools paper thread 12 x 12 x 2 inches This is one of many projects based on the ideas of Friedrich Fröbel 1782 1852 the German educator who designed implemented and named the first kindergarten program Fröbel s program fashioned itself around a philosophy of unity leading children to manipulate materials through various exercises called Gifts and Occupations to address forms of Nature Knowledge and Beauty Key modernist architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier passed through the program in its heyday and some writers have made the case that it provided the seed pearl of modernism Through an intimate exploration and reinvention of Fröbel s exercises Clark Espinal s contemporary manifestations

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  • Panya Clark Espinal — The Terrarium Project
    The Terrarium Project 2006 detail Manchester Letherium context information The Terrarium Project 2006 detail Terrarium collections on Abacus storage system The Terrarium Project 2006 detail Terrarium plants The Terrarium Project 2006 detail equipment from the laboratory of Dr Fraser and Mr Leifeld The Terrarium Project 2006 detail Alan Hébert greenhouse The Terrarium Project 2006 detail Palten Picnic photograph didactic The Terrarium Project 2006 detail Palten Picnic photograph didactic The Terrarium Project 2006 detail vine wall graphic The Terrarium Project 2006 detail Mary Manis Topcon Projection Lensmeter The Terrarium Project 2006 detail Mary Manis eyewear collection The Terrarium Project 2006 detail Mary Manis study The Terrarium Project 2006 detail Mary Manis squirrel sculpture The Terrarium Project 2006 detail Mary Manis study desk The Terrarium Project 2006 detail Mary Manis hydrology model projection The Terrarium Project 2006 detail Context of hydrology model projection The Terrarium Project 2006 detail Chatham Wertner components The Terrarium Project 2006 detail Charlotte Ross desk The Terrarium Project 2006 detail Charlotte Ross desk The Terrarium Project 2006 detail letters between Charlotte Ross and Mary Manis The Terrarium Project 2006 detail Dr Fraser and Mr Lieifeld story The Terrarium Project 2006 detail Dr Fraser and Mr Leifeld model The Terrarium Project 2006 detail Dr Fraser and Mr Leifeld model The Terrarium Project 2006 Collaborative Exhibition mixed media installation Collaboration with Crystal Mowry as Liminal Solutions including contributions from Denton Fredrickson Andrew T Hunter Rebecca Duclos and David K Ross Gail Singer and Eric Roesler This exhibition featured several unusual terrariums presented as living artifacts collected by a fictitious scientist Mary Manis which had been donated to a fictitious institution The Manchester Letherium Contents and stories were created for each terrarium in collaboration with a group of writers artists and horticulturists The project meshed the aesthetics of factual authority found

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  • Panya Clark Espinal — The First Occupation
    Michael C Rockefeller Decalog Research Discovery Previous Next The First Occupation 2005 installation view The First Occupation 2005 detail projected image on perforated screen The First Occupation 2005 detail projected image on perforated screen The First Occupation 2005 detail projected image on perforated screen The First Occupation 2005 detail projected image on perforated screen The First Occupation 2005 detail back of screen light passing through polypropylene curtain The First Occupation 2005 detail back of screen light passing through polypropylene curtain The First Occupation 2005 detail back of screen light passing through polypropylene curtain The First Occupation 2005 detail back of screen light passing through polypropylene curtain The First Occupation 2005 detail back of screen light passing through polypropylene curtain The First Occupation 2005 detail light projection through perforations onto wall The First Occupation 2005 detail back of screen light passing through polypropylene curtain The First Occupation 2005 detail unlit screen The First Occupation 2005 detail back of unlit screen The First Occupation 2005 detail back of unlit screen The First Occupation 2005 detail back of unlit screen The First Occupation 2005 Installation projected video loop sewn and perforated tetra pak screen suspended frame and polyethylene curtain 48 x 54 inches This is one of many projects based on the ideas of Friedrich Fröbel 1782 1852 the German educator who designed implemented and named the first kindergarten program Fröbel s program fashioned itself around a philosophy of unity leading children to manipulate materials through various exercises called Gifts and Occupations to address forms of Nature Knowledge and Beauty Key modernist architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier passed through the program in its heyday and some writers have made the case that it provided the seed pearl of modernism Through an intimate exploration and reinvention of Fröbel s exercises

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  • Panya Clark Espinal — Occupations of an Unknown Kindergartner
    Like Ancient Pots Re Appearances The Nature of Giving Punti di Vista Aqueduct Patterns of Commitment Collectors Michael C Rockefeller Decalog Research Discovery Previous Next Occupations of an Unknown Kindergartner 2005 installation view Occupations of an Unknown Kindergartner 2005 detail Fröbel quote woven paper Occupations of an Unknown Kindergartner 2005 installation detail Occupations of an Unknown Kindergartner 2005 detail Fröbel concepts Occupations of an Unknown Kindergartner 2005 detail paper piercing exercises Occupations of an Unknown Kindergartner 2005 detail pierced paper Occupations of an Unknown Kindergartner 2005 detail pierced book Occupations of an Unknown Kindergartner 2005 Installation paper found reference material fabricated perforation tools dimensions variable This is one of many projects based on the ideas of Friedrich Fröbel 1782 1852 the German educator who designed implemented and named the first kindergarten program Fröbel s program fashioned itself around a philosophy of unity leading children to manipulate materials through various exercises called Gifts and Occupations to address forms of Nature Knowledge and Beauty Key modernist architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier passed through the program in its heyday and some writers have made the case that it provided the seed pearl of modernism Through an intimate exploration and

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