Stan’s Art Projects

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COMMON DRAWING

AT M.I.T I developed Common Drawing – a combination of art and exercise that, as humans, we all have in common. It’s participatory, creative and fun....

1972-PRESENT




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AMERICAN SHWABATI

Back in the 1970’s, when I was working for THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM I was continually attracted to a small pre-dynastic Egyptian sculpture call ‘The Bird Deity’. Many years later when I was working for Mattel Toys. I couldn’t help seeing....

1975




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CRISTO NEGRO

In the Guatemalan city of Esquipulas is the Cristo Negro, the Black Christ. It is over 400 years old and every year more than four and a half million people make the pilgrimage to see it. This is the story of one of those people....

2007




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WATERS OF THE WORLD

When I was a kid and looked at maps, I wondered if the Red Sea was actually red? How about the Black Sea? I thought it would be really great to have a collection of ‘Waters of the World’. Sixty years later....

2003




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BRUSHES WITH HISTORY

This is a visual exploration of the brush....

2002




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THE PLAYCANO

The Playcano goes way back. For my senior project at Pratt I designed a playground where handicapped kids and non-handicapped kids could play together. Later it was the reason I got into MIT and I finally built one at the Queens Botanical Gardens....

1967 - 1981




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REVOLVERS

The Revolver series are works that revolve slowly... in some cases almost imperceptibly so. Some are powered by clockwork mechanisms, others by synchronized servo motors....

2012




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