R.Jampol Project(s) presents works by
Ariel DeAndrea & Lindsey Clark-Ryan
Thursday, July 31st – Sunday, August 31st

Opening Reception:
Thursday, July 31, 2014

Participants in the Solo(s) Project House
(Newark, NJ) 2014 Summer Residency

Parent space, Solo(s) Project House welcomes Ariel DeAndrea (Los Angeles, California) and Lindsey Clark-Ryan (Northampton, Massachusetts) to work in Newark, New Jersey for the summer, producing a new body of work that will be displayed in the gallery, as well as in LES annex, R.Jampol Project(s).

For more on the artists and program:

R.Jampol Project(s) is located at 191 Henry Street, between Clinton and Jefferson on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. By NYC subway, the F train to East Broadway.


I was given the ability to control what gets printed on the receipts at the doughnut shop where I work This is the first thing I did

receipts on my mind


This was my first attempt at programming an Arduino. Now every visitor to my show can have an itemized receipt, which is important.


Children’s book author extraordinaire Tony DiTerlizzi takes a walk on the wild side at the Library’s children’s book exhibition, The ABC Of It. Haven’t seen it yet? Visit us this summer. If you’ve seen it already? Visit us again. You know you want to! (Reenacting wild things is encouraged!)

Rhinestones forever (probably)


I’ve done a terrible job of updating this blog, but I just arrived in Newark, NJ as a summer artist in residence at Solo(s) Project House!

For the next two months I’ll be working on a new project, ITEMS, which will involve giant plush boats, peanut butter sculpture, a receipt printer, and thousands of rhinestones—none of which I have ever worked with! I will do all of this while slowly hobbling around in a boot after fully rupturing my Achilles tendon doing circus acrobatics. It will be an interesting summer, indeed.

Many thanks in advance to everyone who is giving me extra help around here.


Macaulay Culkin wears a t-shirt of Ryan Gosling wearing a Macaulay t-shirt

Well played.


We’re heartbroken.

He does still surprise me and he makes me hungry to work with him and see what he does and comes up with. [The Master] was something that I came up with because I wanted to spend more time with him. We’d worked together a lot, five times. But it was never enough. It was a supporting part or something like that. It never felt like we’d gotten super dirty enough together" - Paul Thomas Anderson