A home for writing, art, collaboration and conversation on time and our physical and cultural environment.
Author: Erik Moe
Erik Moe is a writer and artist based in Los Angeles. He has been writing about culture since the 1990s between stints as a barista, Uber driver, the digital director of 2-million member labor union, furniture assembler, janitor, agricultural labor, design geek for a presidential candidate, factory temp, art gallery worker, and other odd jobs.
Twelve months in the 24-hour life of 9 1/2 St NW.
A simple call to stop for a moment that can be installed anywhere.
An evolving monthlong collaboration between neighbors working in dance, painting, and poetry.
Hide/Seek (for Little Salon)
Spaces in the attic and basement of a Capitol Hill home are connected with headphones and mics for anonymous conversation with strangers attending an art salon.
A monthly gathering of artists and collaborators to discuss and develop place-based interventions.
Georgetown 2215 c.e.
Observational walks out of the Halcyon residency site in Georgetown lead to a speculative map and stories about equity, exclusivity, and history.
Oral Histories/Futures (for Funk Parade)
Site specific installation of phone booths telling stories of Washington, DC’s Black Broadway in the recent past and in a speculative 23rd Century.
Seven Blocks / Seven Centuries
A historic and speculative walking tour of U Street NW spanning the years 1615 to 2215 c.e.
Make DC Weird
Make D.C. Weird launched in late 2015 as an experiment in civic messaging about “the city we have, the city we love, the city we want.”