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Recology AIR+ Recology AIR+ is a new space for collaborations and initiatives beyond the traditional artist in residence program at Recology San Francisco. Find access to our special programs across the community here. Interested in collaborating with us? Contact Eco Art Matters This collaboration between the Recology Artist in Residence (AIR) Program and the Laney […]

Recology AIR+ Creativity Explored We are thrilled to announce our new collaboration with Creativity Explored, a studio-based collective in San Francisco “that partners with developmentally disabled artists to celebrate and nurture the creative potential in all of us.” The residency will begin this October and culminate in a combined exhibition in January 2023 featuring several Creativity Explored […]

Recology AIR+ Eco Art Matters This collaboration between the Recology Artist in Residence (AIR) Program and the Laney College Eco Art Matters class, taught by former artists-in-residence Minoosh Zomorodinia and Sharon Siskin, invited students from the 2021-2022 school year to utilize class-practiced skills in a professional setting for inclusion in a virtual exhibition using a formal application process. […]

Rania Ho Hex Tiles A – U, 2022White board tiles and stickersPhotos: Minoosh Zomorodinia Written by Weston Teruya Over the course of her time in residence at Recology, Rania Ho created the 503 Social Club, an artistic platform for informal interactions, celebrations, and conversation; a convergence of people in their varied travels and migrations, housed in […]

Photos: Minoosh Zomorodinia Written by Weston Teruya In intentionally, extravagantly, unconditionally, Leonard Reidelbach presents an immersive installation, loosely resembling the setting of an intimate function, a party-themed multiverse that highlights interconnectivity, potentiality, and moments of transformation. At the center of the space lives a six-foot mirror ball globe, cleaved in half by the bulldozers of the […]

Written by Weston Teruya Alise Anderson investigates and celebrates the mundanity and absurdity of ordinary objects, creating carefully crafted and subtly humorous works that blur the line between functional & nonfunctional and investigate the social bonds between us as we live in community. In French Toast Saved My Life, a new installation of sculptures developed while […]

Written by Weston Teruya Kija Lucas uses photography to explore home, heritage, and memory–and how those ideas can be embedded in the objects we gather around us over time and across generations. In Still, Life, Lucas draws on the visual language of 16th and 17th century vanitas still lifes, an artistic genre that utilized opulent arrangements […]

Written by Weston Teruya Dana Hemenway excavates utilitarian materials hidden within the infrastructure of the built environment, transforming them through fiber arts techniques to create sculptures that dissolve the boundaries between domestic crafts, interior design, and building labor. For Conversation Pit, Hemenway intertwines and layers an array of objects gathered during her time in-residence, reshaping them […]

  “I wanted to create an experience for people, so I wanted to document time and space in making these stop motions from the objects…and bring life to them.” – Minoosh Zomorodinia “I found…The Life of Objects, that there is life in each of them – what if they can tell a story, what if […]

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