2014 Artists

Vanessa Ramos-Velasquez & Derek Holzer

2015

tNt!

2015

Thomas Soule

2015

Sasha Raphael vom Dorp, Jennifer Longo, Joshua Cunningham

2015

Sara Rivera

2015

Sabrina Barrios

2015

Ruben Olguin

2015

Paula Castillo

2015

Nikki Gardner & Christopher Todd Lynch

2015

Michelle Montjoy

2015

Marion Claire Wasserman

2015

Kyle Evans

2015

Jill Sutherland & Anne Staveley

2015

Flinching Eye Collective

2015

Edie Tsong & Michael Lorenzo Lopez

2015

Christina Sporrong

2015

Christian Ristow

2015

CHiKA

2015

Axle Contemporary

2015

Audio Pixel

2015

Amber Imrie Situnayake

2015

Adam Wohlwend

2015

Yulia Pinkusevich

2014

Wise Fool New Mexico – Penasco Theatre

2014

Will Wilson

2014

Sasha Raphael vom Dorp

2014

Oliver Bell

2014

Maki

2014

Julie Brett Adams & Christopher Bowen

2014

Filipa Valente

2014

Ethan Jackson

2014

Debbie Long

2014

Claire Cote & Anna Keleher

2014

Christina Sporrong

2014

Christian Ristow

2014

Betil Dagdelen

2014

Axle Contemporary

2014

Andrea Polli and the Social Media Workgroup

2014

Alyce Santoro & Julian Mock

2014

Agnes Chavez & Kamen Dimitrov

2014

Laurelin Kruse

2018

Sarah Ashkin

2018

AudioPixel

2018

Carpio J Bernal and Ballet Taos Dancers

2018

Cristopher Cichocki

2018

Reilly Donovan

2018

Anaïs Duplan

2018

Erin Elder, guest curator

2018

Espacio La Nube

2018

Parker Laughlin Jennings

2018

Billie Mitchell

2018

Nemcatacoa Teatro

2018

NoiseFold with Cory Metcalf

2018

Projecting Particles Collective

2018

Rekha and CHiKA

2018

Christine Howard Sandoval

2018

The Social Media Workgroup

2018

Twirl

2018

UNM-Taos Art Team

2018

Victoria Vesna with Alfred Vendi

2018

VISIOPHONE

2018

Winter Count (Luger, McLaughlin, Dunnill6

2018

Motomichi Nakamura

2017

Jamie Vaida with Alvin Sessions

2017

The Illuminator

2016 2017

Virtual Photo Booth

2017

Silent Disco

2016 2017

Adrienne Adar

2016

ARTS Lab @ UNM

2016

Ashcan Orchestra

2016

Bert Benally

2016

Leah Buechley

2016

James Connolly

2016

Lionel Cruet

2016

Cie. Willi Dorner, a dance company

2016

Dosshaus

2016

Alexandra Gelis

2016

Ana Herruzo, Julieta Gil and Jaine Sanchez

2016

Parker Jennings

2016

Hector Leiva

2016

Julie Libersat

2016

MySquare: Ramona Altschul

2016

MySquare: Francois Moncarey

2016

OMAi (Markus Dorninger and Matthias Fritz)

2016

Elizabeth Orr

2016

Jonathan Sparks

2016

Joerg Staeger

2016

VJ Suave (Igor Marotta and Ceci Soloaga)

2016

Artists of The PASEO 2014

The Paseo 2014 happened on September 26, 2014. Twenty-six artists presented 20 outdoor art installations along a stretch of historic downtown Taos– half a mile of Paseo del Pueblo Norte (from Kachina Lodge to Taos Plaza) then another quarter mile west to the Guadalupe Gym. This pathway connected the six venues of the 40-year-old Taos Fall Arts Festival, whose board of directors saw a necessity to broaden the scope of art presented in its two annual exhibitions. TFAF supplied seed money for The Paseo’s first year.

Participating artists:

A robot by Christian Ristow was the stationed at Kachina Lodge during The PASEO 2014.
A robot by Christian Ristow was the stationed at Kachina Lodge during The PASEO 2014.

Axle Contemporary, Jerry Wellman and Matthew Chase-Daniel (Santa Fe)
This collaborative project includes a mobile gallery, an innovative vehicle for arts distribution.

Oliver Bell (Taos)
Bell works in video and plans a projection installation that involves the centuries-old process of making and applying adobe.

Christopher Bowen and Julie Brette-Adams (Santa Fe)
Bowen holds a BA in Modern Dance and an MA in Architecture. Brette Adams grew up in Washington, D.C. and studied Modern, Jazz, Ballet, African and Latin dance in the U.S. and abroad.

Agnes Chavez (Taos) and Kamen Dimitrov (Bulgaria)
Chavez is an interdisciplinary Taos-based artist inspired by particle physics, nature and technology. In her latest series, (x)trees, she collaborates with programmers to create algorithmic drawings generated from data and projected in real time on to buildings/walls. Dimitrov is a creative coder who experiments at the intersection of technology, art and design.

Ben Link Collins (Atlanta)
Collins is foremost a sound artist. He works primarily with field recordings and analog synthesizers.

Claire Cote and Anna Keleher (Questa)
Together, these artists collaborate with people, places, creatures and things creating works to inform and enrich our lives and cultures.

"Xtrees" by Agnes Chavez was situated at the intersection of Paseo Sur and Kit Carson Road during The PASEO 2014
“Xtrees” by Agnes Chavez was situated at the intersection of Paseo Sur and Kit Carson Road during The PASEO 2014

Betil Dagdelen (Brooklyn NY)
The artist will apply her use of rhythmic pattern to the crosswalks of the historic district.

Markus Dorninger (Austria)
Dorninger’s work involves projection interventions in public space. He often collaborates with musicians, and much of his output is based on improvisation and freestyle storytelling.

Ethan Jackson (Questa)
Jackson is a visual artist working in architectural optics, photographics, interactive media and installation.

Hector Leiva (Brooklyn NY)
Leiva is a computer and network based artist who uses video, installation, and software applications to address themes of alienation, identity, and the construction of memories.

Debbie Long (Taos)
Long is a visual artist whose works engage the physical phenomena of light, color, and space. Her piece for The Paseo is a chamber of purple light and glass hidden inside a rusted trailer, large enough for 2 people to sit inside.

Julian Mock and Alyce Santora (Marfa TX)
Santoro is an interdisciplinary conceptual and sound artist whose work is deeply informed by science and philosophy. Mock is a composer and guitarist who explores the effects of sound on perception of time and space.

Betil Dagdelen (Brooklyn NY) applied rhythmic pattern to the crosswalks of the historic district in The PASEO 2014.
Betil Dagdelen (Brooklyn NY) applied rhythmic pattern to the crosswalks of the historic district in The PASEO 2014.

Yulia Pinkusevich (Oakland CA)
Pinkusevich is an interdisciplinary visual artist born in Ukraine. Her piece in Taos will be a light installation created with scavenged heat sinks, thread, plastic, wood, LEDs and electronic components.

Andrea Polli (Albuquerque)
Polli is an artist and scholar working at the intersection of art, science and technology whose practice includes public media performance, curating, directing and writing.

Christain Ristow (Taos)
Ristow’s Robochrist Industries is his robot performance entity and alter-ego. His Taos installation will center on a larger-than-life robot.

Christina Sporrong (Taos)
Sporrong is a performance artist and metal sculptor. Her Taos piece is titled Caged Pulse Jets and is an interactive musical instrument.

Filipa Valenta (Los Angeles)
Portuguese architect Valenta founded limiLAB, a platform for experimentation in the fields of architecture, interactive and experience design, product design and animation.

Sasha Vom Dorp (Taos)
Vom Dorp’s Sound Illuminator is constructed out of a salvaged nose cowling from a 727 jet airplane. Pure tones and music are played through speakers, creating rippled patterns and pulsating form that allow observers to see the sounds they hear.

Will Wilson (Santa Fe)
Wilson is an indigenous artist employing media that ranges from historical photographic processes to the randomization and projection of complex visual systems.

Wise Fool (Penasco)
A group of artists working in theater and puppetry, this organization offers high-quality performances and outreach built upon core values of community, diversity, and social justice.