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Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands

April 2 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Free

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
April 2
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
April 24
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
May 18
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
June 9
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
July 1
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
July 23
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
August 14
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
September 7
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
September 29
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
October 21
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
November 12
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
December 4
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
April 3
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
April 27
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
May 19
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
June 10
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
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Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
July 2
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
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Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
July 24
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
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Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
August 17
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
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Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
September 8
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
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Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
September 30
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
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Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
October 22
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
November 13
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
December 7
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
April 6
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
April 28
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
May 20
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
June 11
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
July 3
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
July 27
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
August 18
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
September 9
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
October 1
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
October 23
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
November 16
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
December 8
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
April 7
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
April 29
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
May 21
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
June 12
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
July 6
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
July 28
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
August 19
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
September 10
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
October 2
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
October 26
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
November 17
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
December 9
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
April 8
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
April 30
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
May 22
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
June 15
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
July 7
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
July 29
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
August 20
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
September 11
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
October 5
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
October 27
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
November 18
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
December 10
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
April 9
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
May 1
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
May 25
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
June 16
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
July 8
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
July 30
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
August 21
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
September 14
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
October 6
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
October 28
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
November 19
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
December 11
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
April 10
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
May 4
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
May 26
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
June 17
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
July 9
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
July 31
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
August 24
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
September 15
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
October 7
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
October 29
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
November 20
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
December 14
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
April 13
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
May 5
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
May 27
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
June 18
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
July 10
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
August 3
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
August 25
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
September 16
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
October 8
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
October 30
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
November 23
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
December 15
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
April 14
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
May 6
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
May 28
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
June 19
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
July 13
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
August 4
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
August 26
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
September 17
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
October 9
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
November 2
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
November 24
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
December 16
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
April 15
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
May 7
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
May 29
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
June 22
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
July 14
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
August 5
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
August 27
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
September 18
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
October 12
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
November 3
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
November 25
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
December 17
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
April 16
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
May 8
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
June 1
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
June 23
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
July 15
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
August 6
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
August 28
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
September 21
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
October 13
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
November 4
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
November 26
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
December 18
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
April 17
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
May 11
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
June 2
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
June 24
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
July 16
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
August 7
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
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Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
August 31
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
September 22
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
October 14
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
November 5
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
November 27
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
December 21
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
April 20
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
May 12
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
June 3
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
June 25
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
July 17
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
August 10
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
September 1
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
September 23
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949
+ Google Map
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
View Venue Website

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are In Your Hands

April 2 – December 23, 2022
Reception: April 2, 3-5pm

Elisheva Biernoff: The Tools Are in Your Hands, is an immersive, interactive mural installation that will delight visitors of all ages and highlights MarinMOCA’s historic campus and location at Hamilton Field. Originally conceived for an exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Biernoff has adapted the installation for MarinMOCA, responding to an original mural sited within the museum’s lobby, and the utopian mindset, and vision, behind the creation of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project and the Bay Trail. Airstrips where bombers had taxied were submerged to make way for restored coastal wetlands; toxic waste was cleaned up so wildlife could return, and over three decades, scores of people have worked together in an ongoing project to create 500 miles of hiking trails along the shorelines of the Bay Area.

Biernoff’s stylized landscape, painted on steel sheets, resembles the surrounding terrain of Marin. Using her site-specific magnet designs, referencing the mingling and co-existence of nature, farmland, and the built environment unique to Hamilton Field, visitors can participate in the creation of a utopian landscape, building on previous formations or creating new ones. Visually and conceptually, the piece evokes children’s toys, such as Colorforms or Legos, that allow one to reconfigure a scene at will. The installation is ultimately hopeful: We can, and do, shape our world through individual and collective action.
An accompanying artist-designed takeaway map will be available in the lobby to guide visitors from the museum to nearby trails where they can enjoy the restored coastal wetlands and the history of Hamilton Field.

Details

Date:
October 15
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Website:
Link: https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/148/

Organizer

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone:
(415) 506-0137
Email:
events@marinmoca.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
500 Palm Dr
Novato, 94949