Public Art | Installations

2012: Ephraim and Sadie Hatfield’s “Gigibòsgoshgoshmuxqüdòh: An Interactive Curiosity Cabinet”. Gigibòsgoshgoshmuxqüdòh
(Chicken Pig Bear Deer) was an interactive curiosity cabinet created for the exhibition “Curiosity” at Kidspace at MASS MoCA, produced by Greylock Arts. More info…

2012: Schlomo and Lulu
In 2012 I discovered that  both of our dogs were dying. Lulu had aggressive lymphoma  and Schlomo had congestive heart failure. Unsure of what to do with my sadness, I began capturing as much data about them as I could before they left. More info…

2012: The Hatfield’s We Ping Good Things to Life
An ever evolving and expanding interactive networked installation that brought together elements of Toy Theater, Vaudeville performance, Surrealism, and consumer culture. It was created by the Hatfield’s and produced by Greylock Arts. More info…

2011: The Hatfield’s Everything Must Go
An exploration of art and commerce through gift and barter economies. Produced by Greylock Arts. More info…

2010: The Hatfield’s Not for Sale
A site-specific work interactive storefront window installation by Ephraim & Sadie Hatfield that explored desire, consumption, and interaction mediated by the storefront glass. Part of the DownStreet Art Festival, North Adams, MA. It was produced by Greylock Arts. More info…

2010: Ada’s Shop
A collaborative site specific exhibition by Matthew Belanger & Marianne R. Petit for the Art and Picture Collections at Mid-Manhattan Library. More info…

2009: Hatfield’s Experiments
In January 2009, Greylock Arts met Ephraim and Sadie Hatfield and began producing their work. Early works exhibited in the windows of the gallery included RIP NTSC (2009) and Geistulator (2009). More info…

2009: Invisible Woman
A body of work exploring my own experiences of growing increasingly invisible with age. It also marked my return to working with paper craft, both motorized and through traditional paper craft, automata, thaumatropes, and more. More info…

2008: Lumens
An interactive light installation by Matthew Belanger, Sean Riley and Ven Voisey. I served as the project manager. Lumens re-connected North Adams and Adams — originally a single community — through an exploration of location, influence, history, and the present. More info…