1. ”[Dawn Kasper] has spent almost every day the Whitney is open in her reconstituted home, snacking, making collages and drawings, and chatting up the museumgoers who fill her room like shoppers in a cramped thrift store, squatting to sift through her records and paperback books. Small children will climb out of their strollers to dance. Ms. Kasper hands out markers and paper to the older ones; she has a stack of their drawings. Last week, two boys were convinced she was a robot, Ms. Kasper said, until she left her desk to draw pictures with them.” 
Dawn Kasper’s Nomadic Studio Practice Experiment is on view as part of the 2012 Biennial through May 27. Photograph by Robert Wright for The New York Times. 

    ”[Dawn Kasper] has spent almost every day the Whitney is open in her reconstituted home, snacking, making collages and drawings, and chatting up the museumgoers who fill her room like shoppers in a cramped thrift store, squatting to sift through her records and paperback books. Small children will climb out of their strollers to dance. Ms. Kasper hands out markers and paper to the older ones; she has a stack of their drawings. Last week, two boys were convinced she was a robot, Ms. Kasper said, until she left her desk to draw pictures with them.” 

    Dawn Kasper’s Nomadic Studio Practice Experiment is on view as part of the 2012 Biennial through May 27. Photograph by Robert Wright for The New York Times

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