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Studio Green in the Teen Studio was an interactive edible garden and still life photo studio created during an Artist Residency at the New Children's Museum in San Diego with fellow Artists Deanna Erdmann and Jesse Mockrin.

With the help of the museum and City Farmer's Nursery, we created an environment in which teens could learn about both photography and sustainable growing practices. Our choice of still life was a nudge away from the current focus on the portrait promoted by social networking sites like MySpace and FaceBook. At the show's closing, photos taken by teen's in our studio were incorporated into the wall of work by artists such as Wolfgang Tilmans, Irving Penn, Laura Letinsky and Jeff Wall.

During our residency, hundreds of teens and younger children visited the studio, leaving behind their photographs of the objects from our prop chest mingled with their own belongings and taking with them seeds planted in biodegradable pots. Rachel Borgatti of the The Solana Center for Environmental Innovation conducted composting workshops and teens from the AJA Project created art in the studio.

Studio Green is interested in continuing our conversation about the tangential connections between plants and photographs by seeking new venues

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Studio Green in the Teen Studio was an interactive edible garden and still life photo studio created during an Artist Residency at the New Children's Museum in San Diego with fellow Artists Deanna Erdmann and Jesse Mockrin.

With the help of the museum and City Farmer's Nursery, we created an environment in which teens could learn about both photography and sustainable growing practices. Our choice of still life was a nudge away from the current focus on the portrait promoted by social networking sites like MySpace and FaceBook. At the show's closing, photos taken by teen's in our studio were incorporated into the wall of work by artists such as Wolfgang Tilmans, Irving Penn, Laura Letinsky and Jeff Wall.

During our residency, hundreds of teens and younger children visited the studio, leaving behind their photographs of the objects from our prop chest mingled with their own belongings and taking with them seeds planted in biodegradable pots. Rachel Borgatti of the The Solana Center for Environmental Innovation conducted composting workshops and teens from the AJA Project created art in the studio.

Studio Green is interested in continuing our conversation about the tangential connections between plants and photographs by seeking new venues

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Studio Green in the Teen Studio was an interactive edible garden and still life photo studio created during an Artist Residency at the New Children's Museum in San Diego with fellow Artists Deanna Erdmann and Jesse Mockrin.

With the help of the museum and City Farmer's Nursery, we created an environment in which teens could learn about both photography and sustainable growing practices. Our choice of still life was a nudge away from the current focus on the portrait promoted by social networking sites like MySpace and FaceBook. At the show's closing, photos taken by teen's in our studio were incorporated into the wall of work by artists such as Wolfgang Tilmans, Irving Penn, Laura Letinsky and Jeff Wall.

During our residency, hundreds of teens and younger children visited the studio, leaving behind their photographs of the objects from our prop chest mingled with their own belongings and taking with them seeds planted in biodegradable pots. Rachel Borgatti of the The Solana Center for Environmental Innovation conducted composting workshops and teens from the AJA Project created art in the studio.

Studio Green is interested in continuing our conversation about the tangential connections between plants and photographs by seeking new venues

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Studio Green in the Teen Studio was an interactive edible garden and still life photo studio created during an Artist Residency at the New Children's Museum in San Diego with fellow Artists Deanna Erdmann and Jesse Mockrin.

With the help of the museum and City Farmer's Nursery, we created an environment in which teens could learn about both photography and sustainable growing practices. Our choice of still life was a nudge away from the current focus on the portrait promoted by social networking sites like MySpace and FaceBook. At the show's closing, photos taken by teen's in our studio were incorporated into the wall of work by artists such as Wolfgang Tilmans, Irving Penn, Laura Letinsky and Jeff Wall.

During our residency, hundreds of teens and younger children visited the studio, leaving behind their photographs of the objects from our prop chest mingled with their own belongings and taking with them seeds planted in biodegradable pots. Rachel Borgatti of the The Solana Center for Environmental Innovation conducted composting workshops and teens from the AJA Project created art in the studio.

Studio Green is interested in continuing our conversation about the tangential connections between plants and photographs by seeking new venues

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Studio Green in the Teen Studio was an interactive edible garden and still life photo studio created during an Artist Residency at the New Children's Museum in San Diego with fellow Artists Deanna Erdmann and Jesse Mockrin.

With the help of the museum and City Farmer's Nursery, we created an environment in which teens could learn about both photography and sustainable growing practices. Our choice of still life was a nudge away from the current focus on the portrait promoted by social networking sites like MySpace and FaceBook. At the show's closing, photos taken by teen's in our studio were incorporated into the wall of work by artists such as Wolfgang Tilmans, Irving Penn, Laura Letinsky and Jeff Wall.

During our residency, hundreds of teens and younger children visited the studio, leaving behind their photographs of the objects from our prop chest mingled with their own belongings and taking with them seeds planted in biodegradable pots. Rachel Borgatti of the The Solana Center for Environmental Innovation conducted composting workshops and teens from the AJA Project created art in the studio.

Studio Green is interested in continuing our conversation about the tangential connections between plants and photographs by seeking new venues

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Studio Green in the Teen Studio was an interactive edible garden and still life photo studio created during an Artist Residency at the New Children's Museum in San Diego with fellow Artists Deanna Erdmann and Jesse Mockrin.

With the help of the museum and City Farmer's Nursery, we created an environment in which teens could learn about both photography and sustainable growing practices. Our choice of still life was a nudge away from the current focus on the portrait promoted by social networking sites like MySpace and FaceBook. At the show's closing, photos taken by teen's in our studio were incorporated into the wall of work by artists such as Wolfgang Tilmans, Irving Penn, Laura Letinsky and Jeff Wall.

During our residency, hundreds of teens and younger children visited the studio, leaving behind their photographs of the objects from our prop chest mingled with their own belongings and taking with them seeds planted in biodegradable pots. Rachel Borgatti of the The Solana Center for Environmental Innovation conducted composting workshops and teens from the AJA Project created art in the studio.

Studio Green is interested in continuing our conversation about the tangential connections between plants and photographs by seeking new venues

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Studio Green in the Teen Studio was an interactive edible garden and still life photo studio created during an Artist Residency at the New Children's Museum in San Diego with fellow Artists Deanna Erdmann and Jesse Mockrin.

With the help of the museum and City Farmer's Nursery, we created an environment in which teens could learn about both photography and sustainable growing practices. Our choice of still life was a nudge away from the current focus on the portrait promoted by social networking sites like MySpace and FaceBook. At the show's closing, photos taken by teen's in our studio were incorporated into the wall of work by artists such as Wolfgang Tilmans, Irving Penn, Laura Letinsky and Jeff Wall.

During our residency, hundreds of teens and younger children visited the studio, leaving behind their photographs of the objects from our prop chest mingled with their own belongings and taking with them seeds planted in biodegradable pots. Rachel Borgatti of the The Solana Center for Environmental Innovation conducted composting workshops and teens from the AJA Project created art in the studio.

Studio Green is interested in continuing our conversation about the tangential connections between plants and photographs by seeking new venues

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Studio Green in the Teen Studio was an interactive edible garden and still life photo studio created during an Artist Residency at the New Children's Museum in San Diego with fellow Artists Deanna Erdmann and Jesse Mockrin.

With the help of the museum and City Farmer's Nursery, we created an environment in which teens could learn about both photography and sustainable growing practices. Our choice of still life was a nudge away from the current focus on the portrait promoted by social networking sites like MySpace and FaceBook. At the show's closing, photos taken by teen's in our studio were incorporated into the wall of work by artists such as Wolfgang Tilmans, Irving Penn, Laura Letinsky and Jeff Wall.

During our residency, hundreds of teens and younger children visited the studio, leaving behind their photographs of the objects from our prop chest mingled with their own belongings and taking with them seeds planted in biodegradable pots. Rachel Borgatti of the The Solana Center for Environmental Innovation conducted composting workshops and teens from the AJA Project created art in the studio.

Studio Green is interested in continuing our conversation about the tangential connections between plants and photographs by seeking new venues

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Studio Green in the Teen Studio was an interactive edible garden and still life photo studio created during an Artist Residency at the New Children's Museum in San Diego with fellow Artists Deanna Erdmann and Jesse Mockrin.

With the help of the museum and City Farmer's Nursery, we created an environment in which teens could learn about both photography and sustainable growing practices. Our choice of still life was a nudge away from the current focus on the portrait promoted by social networking sites like MySpace and FaceBook. At the show's closing, photos taken by teen's in our studio were incorporated into the wall of work by artists such as Wolfgang Tilmans, Irving Penn, Laura Letinsky and Jeff Wall.

During our residency, hundreds of teens and younger children visited the studio, leaving behind their photographs of the objects from our prop chest mingled with their own belongings and taking with them seeds planted in biodegradable pots. Rachel Borgatti of the The Solana Center for Environmental Innovation conducted composting workshops and teens from the AJA Project created art in the studio.

Studio Green is interested in continuing our conversation about the tangential connections between plants and photographs by seeking new venues