an Arts Letters & Numbers Production © 2014
Arts Letters & Numbers is a new structure opening spaces within a broad disciplinary geography; spaces of participation, of communication, of reciprocity for people and their works to listen to each other. Each party, both individual participant and associated body of knowledge, transform in ways that would not be possible otherwise.
On May 9th, 2014 Arts Letters & Numbers acquired the house on the hill above the mill. Built in 1859, this house previously served as the original mill owner’s residence. Now it will become the residence for Arts Letters & Numbers ongoing programs.
This moment in the evolution of Arts letter & Numbers demanded our present tense creativity. We decided to focus our third summer workshop on the very immediate questions we are all asking:
What is space between the house and the mill?
How do we inhabit this new geography?
We asked this through the direct action of locating the house within the mill and working to draw it out, to discover, and inhabit their double volume.
Education is the reenactment of that which may not have happened yet.