SAILIN’ ON… TO MASS MOCA


Todd Chandler exploring inside the still-abandoned parts of Mass MoCA.
 


Down into more decrepitness.


Areas of the still-abandoned sections of Mass MoCA.


Areas of the still-abandoned sections of Mass MoCA.


Areas of the still-abandoned sections of Mass MoCA.


Areas of the still-abandoned sections of Mass MoCA.


Areas of the still-abandoned sections of Mass MoCA.


Areas of the still-abandoned sections of Mass MoCA.


Areas of the still-abandoned sections of Mass MoCA.


Ascending.


View from over the Hoosic River.


View from over the Hoosic River.


Marshall talking over the installation design.


Marshall showing us his monster-man impression.


Kevin carrying cleaned scrap lumber from building 6 to the installation space.


Working late into the night.


View of Fransje Killaars’ installation inside the museum late at night.

The Miss Rockaway Armada has been invited to create an installation at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art in North Adams, MA. We are excited at the opportunity to form something new with the same inspiration and ideas that helped start the Miss Rockaway project back in 2005. There is a crew of MRA members currently at the Museum working day and night on the collaborative project, which will open to the public on Friday, April 18th, 2008.

You can read more about our installation here.

We will also be performing at the Museum and Williams College on Saturday, April 12th, 2008.

The installation will be on view until April, 2009. We will continue to post photos and updates about the installation throughout the process. We hope you enjoy them.