CURRENT RESIDENT: Erika deVries

ERIKA DEVRIES
SEVEN SISTERS

Erika deVries’ 12-foot tall neon artwork titled Seven Sisters is on display NOW through April 2021 on Basilica Hudson’s campus.

COMING UP

KAMAU AMU PATTON
EIGHT PILLARS : A SERPENT COILED ALONG A BROKEN LINE

Kamau Patton’s Tel is a platform for performance, study and contemplation. The project name refers to the archeological term for a mound formed by the accumulated remains left by communities occupying a site over time. 

During his time in residence, Patton will continue his research on the poetics of landscape and engage directly with the Tool Shed Garden at Basilica. Patton will develop a composition which uses the landscape as material and inspiration for a new sound work to be premiered at the site.

PAST RESIDENTS



MARY MATTINGLY
Ecotopian Library
In October 2020, visual artist Mary Mattingly in collaboration with Toolshed, created an Ecotopian Library, a long term project that stems from the belief that art and ecotopian thought can be part of cultivating systemic social change, in the City of Hudson.