DOEprojekts/Deborah Adams Doering and Glenn N. Doering
"Artist-Agitator-Activist," from the "Hot Buttons" series, stencil and monoprint, 11x14" each, 2016
How did you get into debt?
Left: "Evacuee, Displaced Person, Alien" from the "Hot Buttons" series, watercolor, 8x20" 2016 Right: "Migrations Africa" embroidery, 24" diameter, 2016
How does your economic reality effect your art?
Our debt affects the size of the place in which we live/work and therefore affects the size of the art we create. The location of our live/work space affects access to others in the art community -- other artists, galleries, non-profit spaces, curators, collectors, etc.
"Home" from the "Landmark" series, white ecological paint on grass, 24 feet diameter, 2014
Would your work look different if you weren't in debt?:
At one time, we had no mortgage, and our work was less encumbered.
"Bryant Park" from the "Landmark" series, organic dirt on pavement, 12 feet diameter, 2014