Artist Projects

Foggy Day


Matthew Geller

Foggy Day is a public installation in which Matthew Geller transformed a heavily trafficked alley way in New York City, added foliage, covered the ground with rubber “puddles,” and then filled the space with a fog of water and mist at certain times of the day, adding a sense of other-worldliness to the work-day environment.

Project Updates

  • 2012: Geller presents Woozy Blossom (Platabus nebulosus), an iteration of Foggy Day, at Chalk the Block Festival, El Paso, TX

  • 2012: Geller presents Woozy Blossom (Platabus nebulosus), an iteration of Foggy Day, at Architecture Center Houston and AIA Houston, Houston, TX

  • 2012: Geller presents Woozy Blossom (Platabus nebulosus), an iteration of Foggy Day, at Vero Beach Museun, Vero Beach, FL

  • 2010: Geller presents Woozy Blossom (Platabus nebulosus), an iteration of Foggy Day, at Katonah Museum of Art in Katonah, NY

  • 2003: Foggy Day is presented in Cortlandt Alley in New York

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    June 9, 2010
    Matthew Geller's "Woozy Blossom" Premieres at the Katonah Museum of Art



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