- The show is over - here is a video of the event: Click to see the Compost Cemetery Show
- The new project: designing an interactive map of forgotten cemeteries in SF/NY city proper
- In process: Working with a land trust to support Landscape Art Projects on Cemetery Land
Thursday, September 15, 2011
One door closes, another opens.
Hope to see you again soon in the cemetery.
Posted by Petigrow at 2:25 PM
Friday, July 8, 2011
We are excited to announce a guest performance at 4 pm by Louie Jenkins: Louie is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Chichester where she specializes in Solo Performance, Performance Writing and Devising, Applied and Interventionist Theatre. Louie’s main research interests are in autobiographical solo performance with specific reference to illness, dying, mortality and grief - exploring biopolitics and Lacanian notions of trauma and death.
Posted by Petigrow at 8:03 AM
Saturday, May 14, 2011
click for printable map: cemetery map of installation spaces
play movie to see the installation spaces
Sunday, May 8, 2011
Trees are celebrated symbols of hope, sustenance, and life. But as they get cut down and die, trees represent the passage from life into death. This week at the cemetery a strong wind pulled down a tree, Anna painted a tree stump in memory of a tree, and her son Matthew built a teepee out of cut branches and recycled wooden poles.
Posted by Petigrow at 3:03 PM