Supplemental Materials

Patricia Healy McMeans

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Portfolio and Work Samples (14)

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1— 10 Chances, No Hustle: an experimental artists’ residency project

[production stills] July 2012 time-based situational event, 21 days views of temporarily re-claimed space (former-deli)

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2— 10 Chances, No Hustle: an experimental artists’ residency project

[production stills] July 2012 time-based situational event, 21 days artist cohort at work, conversation with Guest Lecture Kinji Akagawa

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3— 10 Chances, No Hustle: an experimental artists’ residency project

[production stills] July 2012 time-based situational event, 21 days artist cohort at work, conversation with Guest Lecturer Cameron Gainer

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4— 10 Chances, No Hustle: an experimental artists’ residency project

[production stills] July 2012 time-based situational event, 21 days final projects; conversation with Guest Lecturer Jan Estep October show at Art of This artist cohort: Daniel Dean, John Fleischer, Chad Rutter, Peter McLarnan, Ben Garthus, myself, K. Valentine Cadieux, Kelsey Olson, Emily Stover, Lee Walton (missing)

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5— ORSH: One Room Schoolhouse

[production stills] Winter 2012 time-based situational event taking place as part of Art Shanty Projects outside/interior views of schoolhouse structure; ORSH logo

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6— ORSH: One Room Schoolhouse

[production stills] Winter 2012 time-based situational event taking place as part of Art Shanty Projects classes in session, Logic 101, and Html for the Blackboard (w A.J. Warnick)

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7— ORSH: One Room Schoolhouse

[production stills] Winter 2012 time-based situational event taking place as part of Art Shanty Projects Sound class; Lindy Hop class; students in the morning; Self-Defense with Nathan Freeman

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8— ORSH: One Room Schoolhouse

[production stills] Winter 2012 time-based situational event taking place as part of Art Shanty Projects History of BBQ; Bow and Arrow making; Music Appreciation with Eric Gorvin

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9— NOT-BOOK: This is Not A Book, 2011

Collaborative book, claiming the printed collateral as a site for intervention. With 19 national artists, I produced the first Issue of NON-BOOK as a means to use the printed form as a means to “be” the work, not “represent” the work. Employing die-cuts, fold-outs, mini-books-inside-a-book, QR codes, and other detachable and insertable forms, all artists created works that are unique, and will not be reprinted again. #108-page full color perfect bound 50 white newsprint, Expanded CD, plastic envelope.

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10— Rumble on the Southside, 2009

time-based situational event announcement cards, front and back

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11— Rumble on the Southside, 2009

time-based situational event 32-day long piece in which a modular structure was built (9’x9’ stage or floor w/ aluminum cornerposts, 9’ long plywood wall sections) and other artists invited to rumble, each bringing their own work to the “stage” each day. The performance built one on top the other, each in response to what had happened before. top – four resident artists form an ad hoc rock band, opening nightbottom – Floor returns to the White Wall, w. guest artist Christopher Pole, closing day

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12— Rumble on the Southside, 2009

time-based situational event 32-day long piece in which a modular structure was built (9’x9’ stage or floor w/ aluminum corner posts, 9’ long plywood wall sections) and other artists invited to rumble, each bringing their own work to the “stage” each day. The performance built one on top the other, each in response to what had happened before. Authority Transfer w. guest artist Janet Loebbrecht, Sunday afternoon

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13— Rumble on the Southside, 2009

time-based situational event aking place at Art of This Gallery 32-day long piece in which a modular structure was built. (9’x9’ stage or floor w/ aluminum corner posts, 9’ long plywood wall sections) and other artists invited to rumble, each bringing their own work to the “stage” each day. The performance built one on top the other, each in response to what had happened before. left – Haircuts in Exchange for Stories of Loss or Risk, w. resident artist Sarah Petersen, Saturday afternoon right – turning the structure into a recording studio, w. res artist Sam Hoolihan, recurring Mondays

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14— Courting, or the Importance of Cinema on An American Girl growing Up in the ‘70s

video still, Time: 78 mins. DVD only to be watched at home (never screened in gallery), 2010

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About pattymcmeans

Patricia Healy McMeans is a current PhD candidate study contemporary art practice and social studios at the University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh College of Art (ECA) This web log will attempt to document her personal research under the direction of Neil Mulholland.