Fritz Haeg

Fritz Haeg‘s work has included animal architecture, crocheted rugs, domestic gatherings, edible gardens, educational environments, preserved foods, public dances, sculptural knitwear, temporary encampments, urban parades, wild landscapes, and occasionally buildings for people. These projects have been produced by, and exhibited at, art institutions and museums around the word, including the Walker Art Center, the Museum of Modern Art, the Hammer Museum, the Liverpool Biennial, Tate Modern, SALT Beyoğlu, and the 2008 Whitney Biennial. Haeg moved from Los Angeles to California's Mendocino Coast in 2014 with the purchase of the 1970’s commune Salmon Creek Farm. It starts a new chapter as a commune-farm-homestead-sanctuary-school hybrid, a long-term art project formed by many hands.