Underground Again
Underground Again

Zeitgeist Gallery
 

A joint exhibition by Caroline Allison and Patrick Deguira.

 

 

 

 

 

Atlantic Ocean, September 10

View from the Panther Motel.

 Panther Motel   On September 10, 2001, two of the September 11th hijackers checked out of Room 12. 

Panther Motel

On September 10, 2001, two of the September 11th hijackers checked out of Room 12. 

 Zeitgeist Gallery, Installation View  Left to right:  Panther Motel; Out of Copper (Deguira); Puddle (Deguira); Atlantic Ocean September 10

Zeitgeist Gallery, Installation View

Left to right:  Panther Motel; Out of Copper (Deguira); Puddle (Deguira); Atlantic Ocean September 10

 Mother Tree, Kentucky  Believed to be one of the oldest surviving American Chestnut trees to have escaped the chestnut blight of the early 20th century, its precise location remains undisclosed due to concerns about its preservation. Recent efforts to reintroduce a blight resistant variety are largely a result of research done around this particular tree. 

Mother Tree, Kentucky

Believed to be one of the oldest surviving American Chestnut trees to have escaped the chestnut blight of the early 20th century, its precise location remains undisclosed due to concerns about its preservation. Recent efforts to reintroduce a blight resistant variety are largely a result of research done around this particular tree. 

 Newmarket Creek  Perhaps the only intact and unburied tidal creek to have survived Charleston’s continual development since the 1600’s. 

Newmarket Creek

Perhaps the only intact and unburied tidal creek to have survived Charleston’s continual development since the 1600’s. 

 Installation View  Left to right:  Styrofoam Study, Seven Mile Creek (Deguira); Underground Beehive (Deguira); Newmarket Creek; Calendar (Deguira); Mother Tree. 

Installation View

Left to right:  Styrofoam Study, Seven Mile Creek (Deguira); Underground Beehive (Deguira); Newmarket Creek; Calendar (Deguira); Mother Tree. 

Slickaway Road

Considered to be one of the first communities formed by emancipated slaves, some believe this Underground Railroad stop in Kentucky was called Slickaway because slaves would “slick away” to freedom in Ohio. 

 Meritex  Underground storage warehouse located in converted coal mine. Cumberland Furnace, Tennessee. 

Meritex

Underground storage warehouse located in converted coal mine. Cumberland Furnace, Tennessee. 

 Baltimore Hideout

Baltimore Hideout

 Veteran, Big Bluff

Veteran, Big Bluff

 Black Mountain College  Founded in 1933, Black Mountain College was a school dedicated to artistic and creative experimentation. Its faculty included John Cage, Merce Cunningham, Buckminster Fuller, Walter Gropius, Willem de Kooning, among others. The campus is now home to the Rockmont Camp, a Christian summer camp for boys. 

Black Mountain College

Founded in 1933, Black Mountain College was a school dedicated to artistic and creative experimentation. Its faculty included John Cage, Merce Cunningham, Buckminster Fuller, Walter Gropius, Willem de Kooning, among others. The campus is now home to the Rockmont Camp, a Christian summer camp for boys. 

 Highlander Folk School, Grundy County, Tennessee  Established in 1932, the mission of the Highlander Folk School was to educate and organize working people, advocate for civil rights and nonviolent desegregation. In 1955, six months before the Montgomery bus boycott, Rosa Parks attended a seminar here. Other participants and visitors to the school included Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Septima Clark, John Lewis, Eleanor Roosevelt, Pete Seeger and others. Amidst charges of being a “communist training school”, the state of Tennessee revoked its charter, seized its land, and auctioned off parcels of the property to the local, and largely white, community. 

Highlander Folk School, Grundy County, Tennessee

Established in 1932, the mission of the Highlander Folk School was to educate and organize working people, advocate for civil rights and nonviolent desegregation. In 1955, six months before the Montgomery bus boycott, Rosa Parks attended a seminar here. Other participants and visitors to the school included Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Septima Clark, John Lewis, Eleanor Roosevelt, Pete Seeger and others. Amidst charges of being a “communist training school”, the state of Tennessee revoked its charter, seized its land, and auctioned off parcels of the property to the local, and largely white, community. 

Underground Again
 Panther Motel   On September 10, 2001, two of the September 11th hijackers checked out of Room 12. 
 Zeitgeist Gallery, Installation View  Left to right:  Panther Motel; Out of Copper (Deguira); Puddle (Deguira); Atlantic Ocean September 10
 Mother Tree, Kentucky  Believed to be one of the oldest surviving American Chestnut trees to have escaped the chestnut blight of the early 20th century, its precise location remains undisclosed due to concerns about its preservation. Recent efforts to reintroduce a blight resistant variety are largely a result of research done around this particular tree. 
 Newmarket Creek  Perhaps the only intact and unburied tidal creek to have survived Charleston’s continual development since the 1600’s. 
 Installation View  Left to right:  Styrofoam Study, Seven Mile Creek (Deguira); Underground Beehive (Deguira); Newmarket Creek; Calendar (Deguira); Mother Tree. 
 Meritex  Underground storage warehouse located in converted coal mine. Cumberland Furnace, Tennessee. 
 Baltimore Hideout
 Veteran, Big Bluff
 Black Mountain College  Founded in 1933, Black Mountain College was a school dedicated to artistic and creative experimentation. Its faculty included John Cage, Merce Cunningham, Buckminster Fuller, Walter Gropius, Willem de Kooning, among others. The campus is now home to the Rockmont Camp, a Christian summer camp for boys. 
 Highlander Folk School, Grundy County, Tennessee  Established in 1932, the mission of the Highlander Folk School was to educate and organize working people, advocate for civil rights and nonviolent desegregation. In 1955, six months before the Montgomery bus boycott, Rosa Parks attended a seminar here. Other participants and visitors to the school included Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Septima Clark, John Lewis, Eleanor Roosevelt, Pete Seeger and others. Amidst charges of being a “communist training school”, the state of Tennessee revoked its charter, seized its land, and auctioned off parcels of the property to the local, and largely white, community. 
Underground Again

Zeitgeist Gallery
 

A joint exhibition by Caroline Allison and Patrick Deguira.

 

 

 

 

 

Atlantic Ocean, September 10

View from the Panther Motel.

Panther Motel

On September 10, 2001, two of the September 11th hijackers checked out of Room 12. 

Zeitgeist Gallery, Installation View

Left to right:  Panther Motel; Out of Copper (Deguira); Puddle (Deguira); Atlantic Ocean September 10

Mother Tree, Kentucky

Believed to be one of the oldest surviving American Chestnut trees to have escaped the chestnut blight of the early 20th century, its precise location remains undisclosed due to concerns about its preservation. Recent efforts to reintroduce a blight resistant variety are largely a result of research done around this particular tree. 

Newmarket Creek

Perhaps the only intact and unburied tidal creek to have survived Charleston’s continual development since the 1600’s. 

Installation View

Left to right:  Styrofoam Study, Seven Mile Creek (Deguira); Underground Beehive (Deguira); Newmarket Creek; Calendar (Deguira); Mother Tree. 

Slickaway Road

Considered to be one of the first communities formed by emancipated slaves, some believe this Underground Railroad stop in Kentucky was called Slickaway because slaves would “slick away” to freedom in Ohio. 

Meritex

Underground storage warehouse located in converted coal mine. Cumberland Furnace, Tennessee. 

Baltimore Hideout

Veteran, Big Bluff

Black Mountain College

Founded in 1933, Black Mountain College was a school dedicated to artistic and creative experimentation. Its faculty included John Cage, Merce Cunningham, Buckminster Fuller, Walter Gropius, Willem de Kooning, among others. The campus is now home to the Rockmont Camp, a Christian summer camp for boys. 

Highlander Folk School, Grundy County, Tennessee

Established in 1932, the mission of the Highlander Folk School was to educate and organize working people, advocate for civil rights and nonviolent desegregation. In 1955, six months before the Montgomery bus boycott, Rosa Parks attended a seminar here. Other participants and visitors to the school included Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Septima Clark, John Lewis, Eleanor Roosevelt, Pete Seeger and others. Amidst charges of being a “communist training school”, the state of Tennessee revoked its charter, seized its land, and auctioned off parcels of the property to the local, and largely white, community. 

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