Turbulence Artists' Studios: "kanarinka projects"
Jo-Anne Green:
August 4, 2005
Turbulence Artists' Studios: "kanarinka projects"

kanarinka's recent collaborations include opening a nail salon at the
Boston Center for the Arts, walking with her head in a bucket of Coke in
Canada, staging a taste test with teenagers in a parking lot in Roxbury,
podcasting interviews with residents of Boston's South End, launching an
international, public database of Corporate Commands, and rolling around
on the ground in a white lab coat. kanarinka's research interests
include public space, performing cities, experimental urbanism, social
cartography and infinitely small things. She is working on new
definitions for "psychogeography" and "microperformance" (feedback is


kanarinka is the co-founder of the non-profit collective iKatun,
Director of the Institute for Infinitely Small Things, and the Director
of Exhibitions & Programs at Art Interactive in Cambridge, MA. She also
collaborates with groups like glowlab, spurse and Sifting the Inner
Belt. kanarinka has a BA (Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude) in
International Relations from Tufts University and an MFA in Studio Art
from Maine College of Art. She teaches computer programming at RISD's
Digital Media program.

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