Recurring

Latent Teloneum

Since January 2021, Heidi Lau, Green-Wood’s artist in residence, has been creating ceramic sculptures in a studio space on the first floor of the Fort Hamilton Gatehouse. Just above her a large attic sat relatively quiet except for spiders busily weaving their webs. Nearing the end of her residency, Lau has invited Nikholis Planck for a two-person exhibition in the attic, which has been unlocked for the public’s viewing.

Recurring

Latent Teloneum

studio space on the first floor of the Fort Hamilton Gatehouse. Just above her a large attic sat relatively quiet except for spiders busily weaving their webs. Nearing the end of her residency, Lau has invited Nikholis Planck for a two-person exhibition in the attic, which has been unlocked for the public’s viewing.

Recurring

Latent Teloneum

studio space on the first floor of the Fort Hamilton Gatehouse. Just above her a large attic sat relatively quiet except for spiders busily weaving their webs. Nearing the end of her residency, Lau has invited Nikholis Planck for a two-person exhibition in the attic, which has been unlocked for the public’s viewing.

Recurring

Latent Teloneum

studio space on the first floor of the Fort Hamilton Gatehouse. Just above her a large attic sat relatively quiet except for spiders busily weaving their webs. Nearing the end of her residency, Lau has invited Nikholis Planck for a two-person exhibition in the attic, which has been unlocked for the public’s viewing.