Category Archives: Deanna Pindell

Intraaction opening night

The exhibition attracted many life forms on opening night. From contemporary philosophers to art scholars, many breasted posthuman characters to slime moulds. All revelling in the ‘queer performativity of nature.’

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Deanna Pindell: New website and ‘American Wilderness Wax Museum’ performance series

Deanna Pindell has a new website that is a pleasure to explore. Details of her extensive work in ecological public art and performance work. http://www.deannapindell.net We will have some exciting news soon about Deanna’s trip to Australia for ‘Intra-action’. As … Continue reading

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The Art of a Microbe Manifesto

Deanna Pindell in the company of scientists, artists and community is engaging the worlds beneath our feet. The microbe manifesto is part guide to microbe etiquette and a playful offering bringing people into creative relation with ‘vacant’ space in Washington, … Continue reading

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Unsanctioned Restoration Mugshots

Unsanctioned Restoration Actions Deanna Pindell Unsanctioned Restoration Actions  is an ongoing performative project in collaboration with Douglas Fir trees. Unsanctioned Restoration Mugshots documents these youthful delinquents. Life for these Fir seedlings began in unfortunate circumstances. Perhaps they germinated underneath power … Continue reading

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Deanna Pindell : Thneeds Reseeds and other tales of environmental redemption

Public art and installation sculpture with an ecological focus. Pindell’s work serves environmental functions such as raising awareness and actual remediation. Place-making and poetic metaphor are also layered into these spaces.  Thneeds Reseed : Deanna Pindell refashions vintage sweaters into … Continue reading

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