The Lowline is a plan to build the world’s first underground park beneath the Lower East Side of Manhattan. He is leading a community-based effort to use innovative solar technology to convert a historic trolley terminal into a shared community space. Dan formerly led strategic partnerships at PopTech; held several strategy, operations, and marketing roles at Google; and worked in small business development within the New York City government.
The work of Shantell Martin is a meditation of black and white lines; a language of characters, creatures and messages that invite her viewers to share a role in her creative process. Her recent work includes a solo show at the Mocada Museum and preparation for an installation in a group show at the Brooklyn Museum (Fall 2014). She has created installations and live digital drawings at the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto, the Museum of the Moving Image and Moma. Her first solo gallery exhibition in the Fall of 2012 sold out—with her work featured on the Jimmy Kimmel show. Her commissions at Asia's ultra-high end department store Lane Crawford, Y&R's global headquarters and a custom installation for Miami Art Week's Pulse in 2012 met with the same fanfare as her hand-illustrated bedroom walls graced the cover of the New York Times home section in May 2012. She has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, GOTHAM Magazine for the launch for The Faberge Big Egg Hunt, and was spotlighted in a short film produced by The New Yorker. Her work has appeared in Creative Review Magazine, and she is still honored to have been named French Glamour's New York's "coolest it girl" in 2011. Martin is adjunct professor and now an artist in residence at NYU. Her studio is located in Tribeca.
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