1. Schofield - May 2015

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    This video is about Schofield Family May 2015 Peter Bradley Adams - For You

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    • A Window into Donoso's World.

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      A moment with Francisco Donoso, who talks about his windows. Originally from Quito, Ecuador, Francisco Donoso is an artist living and working in New York City. Donoso attended New World School of the Arts in Miami, FL, and received his BFA in Painting and Drawing from SUNY Purchase. Upon completing his BFA, he became a Post-Baccalaureate Fellow at NYCAMS in NYC and was a 2013 Van Lier Fellow at Wave Hill, Bronx, NY. He was the Artist-In Residence at Stony Brook University in NY. Francisco has exhibited in NYC and Miami.

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      • Michelle & Robert 8.30.2014 | Wave Hill

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        I'd been waiting to use the Ed Sheeran track "kiss me" for a highlight. When I began editing Michelle and Robert's film - I knew it was the one. Wave Hill (the diamond in the bronx) has it all - Hudson rRver views, botanical gardens, bridge views... something around every corner. The light was perfect on this day and it shows in the shots in this one - they jump off the screen. Michelle and Robert - I wish you two a lifetime of laughs and happiness together! MUSIC Ed Sheeran - "kiss me" VENUE Wave Hill - The Bronx https://www.wavehill.org

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        • Wave Hill Wedding, Bronx NY

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          Wave Hill Wedding, Bronx NY, Congratulations Michelle and Rob Photography by www.jessicaschmitt.com

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          • Animal Inspired Defensive Dress - Blowfish

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            [video created for the Wave Hill Gallery exhibition in NYC titled "Tandem Pursuits: Ichthyology and Armor", Sep 15 - Dec 1, 2013] Blowfish Dress: For this project, I was inspired by the sudden and quite comical defense system of blowfish to research ways in which humans could benefit from and appropriate these behaviors. My defensive dress has four rip-stop nylon bladders connected to four muffin fans that inflate when I make a fist and connect the two black leads snaking around my arm into my hand. Appearing long, dark and elegant at rest, the dress transforms as the bladders inflate causing the outer layer to slip back and expose the vibrant teal skirt beneath. This dress, originally shown at the Exploratorium wearable art show called "2nd Skin", is designed to camouflage to a cocktail party and to inflate like a blowfish when the wearer is intimidated. Artist Bio: Amisha Gadani is an artist interested in unique animal morphologies and adaptations; from swarming behaviors and elegant defense mechanisms, to superorganisms and animals of the deep sea. Her artwork ranges from paintings and videos to kinetic sculpture and interactive wearables like her on-going series of animal-inspired defensive dresses. Amisha lives in Los Angeles and works as the artist in resident in the UCLA evolutionary biology lab of Dr. Michael Alfaro, and in the UCLA Institute for Society and Genetics. Her work has shown in San Francisco, New York, Tokyo, and Pittsburgh and has been featured in the New York Times, Fast Company, and Scientific American.

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            • Wave Hill Wonders

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              A walk around Wave Hill Estate

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              • "The Painted Garden" and "The Pixelated Garden" at Wave Hill 2012

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                My brother, nieces and father-in-law view my work at the Glyndor Gallery at Wave Hill. Each landscape consists of six oil paintings arranged in a grid. Original software and video is projected onto the paintings. The source footage for each landscape began with time-lapse photographs captured with a solar-powered camera installed in the wild garden at Wave Hill for several months. Each projection has several videos running on independent timelines within in, which results in a constantly-changing composition - as you stand there and look at the pieces, parts of them will loop, but each piece as a whole will always look slightly different.

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                • Primates Progress

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                  Marguerite Kahrl with Paul Ruff 2006 Solar-powered, remote controlled lawn mower. Parts found at junkyards, solar panels, plexi glass, aluminum, remote control, batteries, wiring and various hardware parts. Dimension of vehicle: 26 x 29 x 69 inches Exhibited at 'Garden Improvement', Wave Hill, Bronx, NY

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                  • Wavehill Walkoff

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                    This animated film was made by upper primary students at Kalkaringji students after a visit to Wavehill Station with elders Pauline, Biddy, Violet, Topsy and Ellen. They worked with SharingStories facilitators to create this interpretation of the stories shared with them on Country .

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                    • Landscape Abbreviated

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                      Landscape Abbreviated is a kinetic maze consisting of modular elements with rotating planters, which form a garden that is simultaneously a machine. The planters contain live moss collected from the sides of buildings, cracks in the pavement, subway grates and other urban nooks and crannies in New York City’s landscape. Full of particles of broken glass, plastic and other detritus, they form a patchwork of unintentional archaeology. I am interested in the way simple interventions can make the experience of space dynamic and unpredictable. The planters are controlled by a software program that continuously generates new maze patterns based on mathematical rules; they rotate to form shifting pathways that encourage visitors to change direction and viewpoints as they move through the space. I envision this sculpture not as a classical labyrinth built to ensnare, but rather as an architectural abbreviation of grand ideas. In this way, the maze relates to literature, mathematical beauty, game play and the rigor of software programming, as much as it does to architecture and landscape. http://www.novajiang.com/projects/landscape-abbreviated

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