TREE HOUSE 360˚
“Into the woods: Landscape, Art and Thoreau"
Barbara Novak in conversation with Nick Miller and Brian O'Doherty. Sunday 10th July 2011 at 5pm at the Concord Arts Association. Programmed for the 70th Anniversary of The Thoreau Society Annual Gathering, 2011: “Henry David Thoreau’s Environmental Ethos: Then and Now”. Supported by Imagine Ireland is a year-long season of Irish arts in America in 2011, an initiative of Culture Ireland, with funding from the Department of Tourism, Culture and Sport.
TREE HOUSE 360˚: selected works
TREE HOUSE 360˚: documentary images
A tree house platform in the grounds of the Albers foundation built by artist Fritz Horstman. It used during the fall of 2009 as a temporay studio to paint a 360 degree view of the forest over time, in leaf fall
Residency at the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, Bethany , Connecticut, USA (2009)
TREE HOUSE 360˚: Installations
Dublin Showing included a public talk with Nicholas Fox Weber, Director of the Josef and Annis Albers Foundation. In CAA concord, the Thoreau society hosted a public interview with Nick Miller and art historian Barbara Novak, chaired by artist Brian O’Doherty
"Tree House 360˚" Rubicon Gallery Dublin (2004); Concord Arts Association, Concord MA , USA ( 2011)