An Attempted Partial Taxonomy of Rocks… is an ongoing examination of geologic process through the lenses of history, mythology and personal narrative. Begun in the fall of 2011 while in residence at The Wassaic Project, in Wassaic, NY, the work was published as a folio of photographs and found images accompanied by text. An Attempted Partial Taxonomy of Rocks… has been subsequently reworked for presentation at S.H.E.D. Projects as a site-specific lecture / reading exploring the relationships between geologic time scales, geometry, power, death and sex. It’s sort of about rocks, and it’s sort of about everything else.
Daniel J Glendening is an artist, writer and inter-disciplinary researcher based in Portland, OR. He holds an MFA in Visual Studies from Pacific Northwest College of Art and a dual BA in Art Studio and English/Creative Writing from the University of California at Davis. Glendening has published work with “Panhandler,” “Drain,” and Social Malpractice Publishing, among others. He has exhibited locally and nationally including exhibitions at Appendix Project Space and Disjecta, Portland, OR; FiveMyles, Brooklyn, NY; and The LAB, San Francisco, CA. He is currently working towards upcoming projects with High Desert Test Sites, Joshua Tree, CA and Eights, Portland, OR. He collects books and mystical shit.
An Attempted Partial Taxonomy of Rocks…
A performance by Daniel J Glendening
August 31 8:00pm (doors open at 7:00)
1917 Peralta Street Oakland California USA