Friday, July 22, 2016

KUBERNETES Birthday Celebration 2016

Kubernetes celebrates 
it's one year anniversary of Kubernetes 10's
release with an amazing "birthday party" at Work Bench
110 Fifth Avenue, New York City on July 21, 2016
Lightning talk speakers that included Google, Red Hat, 
CoreOS, Apprenda, DataDog and StackPointCloud.

Kubernetes is about Google Developer and Technology Group
Google Cloud Platform - Open Source - Cloud Computing - Containers
PasS (platforms as a service) IasS (infrastcructure as a service) 

Meetup Organizers: Sean Ludwig and Chris Guan

Brian Suk, Solutions Engineer - Google
Josh Woods, CoreOS, DocOps
Greg Swec, Director of Financial Services- Univa Corp 
Joseph Jacks, Apprenda, Director and co-founder 
Diogenes Pettori, Proncipal Product Manager- Red Hat 
Ilan Rabinovitch, Data Dog - Technical Community Director 
Ariel Jatib, Technical Community Organizer, StackPointCloud

Joseph Jacks, Apprenda, Director & Kismatic co-founder.

Launched in June of 2014 Kubernetes velocity continues.

Diogenes Pettori, Principal Product Manager - Red Hat

Saturday, July 16, 2016

Tarantallegra @ HESTER

Hester presents,Tarantallegra
A group show July 7 - August 8, 2016
Lea Cetera, Beth Collar,Natalie Dray, Mary Hurell,
Sophie Jung, Dorota Jurczak, Allison Katz, Melanie Lewiston,
Liz Magic Laser, Francesca Martinez Tagliavia, Emily Pope
and Natalie Price Hafslund. Curated by Nicoletta Lambertucci

Beth Collar, Tarantallegra Table, Baltic Birch Wood
78 x 96 x 108 inches

Natalie Price Hafslund Blue Steel, 2016 Hand Polished Plant Pot 
and coat buttons 5 1/2 x 5 x 10 inches

Allison Katz, Legs 2012 Gouache on watercolor paper, 14 x 11 inches

Sophie Jung, T-shirt - "I wuz born this way what's your excuse?"

Artists Beth Collar and Allison Katz

Artist, writer, musician, Andi Magenheimer and friend

Sophie Jung, 
A Miss Spell to Free Yourself from the Bonds of Patriarchal 
Undermining in the Workplace

Tarantallegra is a spell or a charm used to force people's
legs to begin dancing uncontrollably. Press Release

Beth Collar, Untitled Mahogany, Brass

Natalie Price Hafslund

Maria Loboda, The Ngombo, 2016 Digital impression
on Hahnemuhle cotton paper, 30 x 24 inches

Emily Pope, reads from her Sisters of Mercy 2016, Newsprint Edition

Natalie Price Hafslund Silver Surfer, 2015 
Silk Screen Print 36 x 24

Beth Collar performing

Wednesday, July 6, 2016


The Hole Presents
Caroline Larson's "Kabloom" - Adam Parker Smith's
"Oblivious the Greek" runs June 11 - July 24, 2016
The Hole - 312 Bowery, NYC.

Dispensing paint through a pastry tube with varying nibs,
Larson is able to layer and weave colors together, sometimes
blending them within the same extrusion. Her technique can 
produce variety of effects, from pointillism in the weaves to a
jewel-like sculptural relief in the plants. The pieces are composed
either top-down, left to right, or a block by block patterning.

Smith's sculptures in this exhibition are humanoid stacks
of resinated mylar balloons balanced on faux garden rocks
and surrounded by pea gravel. Weightless looking, but quite solid,
the sculptures illusion buoyancy mimics dynamism.