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As part of Transparent Studio, Jaret Vadera re-proposed Bose Pacia's white box gallery space as an artist's lab / alchemist’s studio. Each day, Vadera would conceive of and create a new piece. Working on a number of experiments, propositions, and performative actions individually and in collaboration with artists and non-artists alike.

Performing the i: Tuesday-Saturday Performing the i : Tuesday-Saturday
2012, installation  
2012, led screen
  untitled untitled, 2012
projection, ladder, digital sign
Untitled (Over The Void) Untitled (Over The Void), 2012
video stills from 6 minute 35 second video
James McGirk and Jaret Vadera 
  Libertas I Libertas I, 2012
c-print, 12x18"
Diana McClure and Jaret Vadera
untitled (the streets are paved with glitter)

untitled (The Streets are Paved with Glitter)
2012, installation 



24 is a collaborative action with artist Jaishri Abichandani as part of Immigrant Movement International. The action evolved out of a conversation about the number of would-be migrants that die crossing national borders everyday. 24 paper boats (for 24 time zones) were filled with flower petals and tied to white ballons that were released into the wind across the water from Manhattan.  Republic Day (The Kool-Aid Table) Republic Day (The Kool-Aid Table)
2012, Installation, 24 x 40"
Jaishri Abichandani and Jaret Vadera  
  untitled (for god and country) untitled (for god and country), 2012
black marker, glitter, on world map, 50 x 38"
I-Chart I-Chart, 2012

Richard Oliver Wilson and Jaret Vadera founded a new think lab. They began exploring practical applications for recent research done at Cornell University, where physicists created a hole in time that lasts approximately 40 trillionths of a second.
Research Development Proposal for a Spare Time Machine
, 2012, 8.5 x 11" 

untitled (Conquest, War, Famine, and Death) Untitled (Conquest, War, Famine, and Death)
2012, installation, 10 x 8' 
  Lying to Old Men Lying to Old Men is a mixtape by Uzma Z Rizvi and Jaret Vadera. The playlist re-traces and re-plays fragments from their experiences of a meandering walk that they took through Brooklyn on January 27, 2012 and the accompanying dialogue that unfolded about memory, location, epistemic violence, and digestion. 2012, 55 minutes, cassette   untitled (self-portrait in x-ray) untitled (Self-Portrait in X-Ray)
2012, inkjet print on transparent film on undated x-ray box
11.25 x 16.5 x 7”
  The Parallax of Perspective

The Parallax of Perspective, 2012
installation shot - overhead projection
7 x 7'
Adrianne Koteen and Jaret Vadera  

Determining the position of i in time and place Determining the position of i in time and place
2012, inkjet print, 7 x 10”
Adrianne Koteen and Jaret Vadera