SAMUEL STUBBLEFIELD & JOSHUA BORSMAN
Samuel Stubblefield & Joshua Borsman
Joshua Borsman and Sam Stubblefield have created art and “artistic situations” around the globe for organizations such as Amazon, Jeff Bezos, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Blue Origin, Centre Pompidou, Domaine de Boisbuchet, The European Cultural Centre in Venice, Italy, Google, and Google X. They have been featured speakers at SXSW and have been written up in publications such as Fast Company, The New York Times, Sculpture Magazine, and WIRED Magazine. They have exhibited amongst established and emerging artists, including Louise Bourgeois, Lawrence Weiner, Richard Tuttle, Yoko Ono, Keith Sonnier, Carl Andre, and Marina Abramović.
Borsman and Stubblefield recently exhibited “Uzbekistan 2.0” in the European Cultural Centre in Venice, Italy as part of the 2019 Venice Biennale. The exhibition, which runs through November 22, 2019, continues the team’s focus on the intersection of “humanity’s expanding digital reality and our diminishing contact with our natural biological and spiritual legacy”. Their previous work for the Venice Biennale (2017) used technology to connect people to the natural world and the evolving reality of rising sea levels, changing weather patterns and our ubiquitous technology.