Posts tagged "Reanimation Library"
"Unbinding the Library" at NYC's Elastic City

“Unbinding the Library” at NYC’s Elastic City

This post was originally published July 30, 2013.  Elastic City is a Brooklyn-based non-profit arts organization that commissions emerging and established artists to create participatory walks throughout New York and around the world. These walks tend to focus less on providing factual information and more on heightening awareness, exploring senses and making new group rituals...
Field Report: Unbinding the Library

Field Report: Unbinding the Library

This post is a follow up to our event announcement about “Unbinding the Library,” a “way” hosted by Brooklyn-based arts non-profit Elastic City and Andrew Beccone of the Reanimation Library. Read about “Unbinding the Library.” by Andrew Beccone Field Report: Unbinding the Library August 3 & September 6, 2013 Reanimation Library, Brooklyn, NY On two...
“Brother Can You Spare a Stack" at the Center for Book Arts

“Brother Can You Spare a Stack” at the Center for Book Arts

Feature writer Rebecca Rubenstein recently visited an exciting new show at the Center for Book Arts in New York– a show that re-imagines the concept and purpose of a library, and turns libraries into works of art.  Don’t miss the rest of Rebecca’s features on library-as-incubator happenings in NYC! ~Erinn Brother Can You Spare a...
The Library as Platypus: On the Dual Nature of the Reanimation Library

The Library as Platypus: On the Dual Nature of the Reanimation Library

by Andrew Beccone In January of this year I was invited to write a piece about the Reanimation Library for Library as Incubator. In the course of events, time got away from me and I wasn’t able to begin working on it until recently. But I encountered a problem as soon as I read the...