my mom doesn't know about it

the visual order of a pacific northwest sushi strip



Poster designed by Hanna Terese Nilsson & Rasmus Svensson includes text by Ceci Moss, Brian Droitcour, and Gene McHugh

On March 17th, 2011, 319 Scholes in Brooklyn, New York will present the final project from Internet curatorial team JstChillin. Thirty-five artists will participate in the show, all of whom have been featured on JstChillin.org, and most of whom will be in person on opening night. Read/Write attempts to capture and translate the spirit of their year and a half long online exhibition dating October 2009 - February 2011.

Participating artists include Brad Troemel and Lauren Christiansen, Nick De Marco, Math Wrath, Hanna Terese Nilsson and Rasmus Svensson, Ryan Barone, Ben Schumacher, Zach Shipko, Artie Vierkant, Martin Kohout, Anne de Vries, Ivan Gaytan, Eilis McDonald, Tabor Robak, Bailey Salisbury, Simmons & Burke, Mitch Trale, Eugene Kotlyarenko, Jonathan Vingiano, Jon Rafman, Jacob Broms Engblom and Ryder Ripps, Guthrie Lonergan, Ida Lehtonen, Ben Vickers, Duncan Malashock, Tolga Taluy, Melissa Sachs and Cameron Soren, Daniel Leyva, Chris Coy and Rafael Rozendaal. A live feed of the space will be available for live streaming during opening night.

Opening: Thursday March 17, 7pm – midnight
319 Scholes Street,
Brooklyn, NY 11206




Warp Weft Woof is participating in the exhibition INFO-BOMB in part with Festival Nrmal; a one day music and art festival held in Monterrey, Mexico. This show is conceived by curators from around the world, including our friends at Barriobajero in Madrid, Spain. The exhibition addresses the glut of images and information that reaches us everyday.

Festival Nrml, 12 Marzo, 2011


John Opera Anthotypes

John Opera

1. A-2
anthotype (blueberry)
9.25 x 7.5 inches

2. C-3
anthotype (blueberry)
9.25 x 7.5 inches

Anthotype is an alternative photographic printing process that uses an emulsion made from plant matter and exposure from the sun.


project with michael hunter

new project: Michael Hunter & Carson Fisk-Vittori