Gertrude Stein paper dolls featured in the New York Times 6th Floor blog, the official Sleeveface blog features my contribution to the meme, the SF Weekly writes an article on my Instagram photos of our ticket stickers in strange places, and my April Fool's joke of a pig petting zoo fools our publicist.
Inspired by our exhibition Jews on Vinyl, one contribution to the sleeveface meme.
A neighboring museum had an exhibition with similar themes, so we created this animation with one of the interactive pieces on view.
As an April Fool's Day joke, I took a photograph of a real pet pig in front of the museum, and photoshopped in a few more pink friends, proposing a "pig petting zoo" as a commentary on being kosher in the modern age. It fooled a lot of people, including our publicist.
Identified Luke Bartels' The Wood Standard as an artwork to promote through a partnership with Tumblr. It has received over 1000 notes.
I documented Zadok Ben-David painstakingly installing his piece Blackfield, which has received over 700 interactions on Tumblr.