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Hidden River Expedition Video

For those who wanted to attend last night’s lecture at Observatory but were unable, here is the three-part video footage shot from my kayak during my three-day expedition through the waterways of Philadelphia. For more information, images, and maps about … Continue reading

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May 18th at Observatory: Hidden River Expedition Presentation

I’ve held this presentation in Philadelphia, but this is the first time I will be showing it in New York…In August of 2011, I left my house to embark on a three-day, forty-mile solo kayak trek from Mount Holly, NJ … Continue reading

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The Local Frontier, Part III: Schuylkill

The third and final episode of my solo journey through the urban wilds of Philadelphia’s waterways. My thanks to Shawn Annable and Marc Brodzik of Woodshop Films for their hard work on this series. The Local Frontier, Episode I: Rancocas … Continue reading

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The Local Frontier, Part II: Delaware

The adventure continues.

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The Local Frontier, Part I: Rancocas

At last, the first episode of Scrapple.TV’s coverage of my expedition. Enjoy!

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Expedition Presentation: Random Tea Room, Nov. 27th

Some of you may be rolling your eyes upon seeing yet another post about my little summer stunt. But in my own defense I should point out that this three-day kayak trip from Mt Holly, New Jersey to Bartram’s Garden … Continue reading

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Sunday Oct 30th: Expedition Presentation at Bartram’s Garden

Friends: This Sunday between 1pm and 3pm I will be doing a presentation at Bartram’s Garden on the historical, aesthetic, and ecological particulars, musings, and happenstances of The Hidden River Expedition, the three-day kayak trip I made this summer through … Continue reading

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Philadelphia’s Lost Victorian Cemetery

The adventures along the rivers of Philadelphia continue: this weekend, I and my good friend and fellow gentleman trespasser David explored a stretch of shoreline along the post-industrial shoreline north of Tioga Marine Terminal. After scrambling for a few hundred … Continue reading

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This Friday: Dispatches from the local frontier

On the evening of Friday, October 7th, Art in the Age will be hosting an opening reception of The Transcendental Life: An Ideal Realized Only Through an Individual’s Own Intuition. My installation detailing my summer expedition will be showing alongside … Continue reading

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Art in the Age: Oct. 7th Opening Reception

Friends: Throughout the month of October, Art in the Age in Philadelphia will be exhibiting raw video, recordings, and images from the Hidden River Expdition. Opening reception is on the evening of Friday, October 7th. Later in the month, I … Continue reading

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