Eve Eisenstadt is Max's mother and Anita's mother-in-law.

Joshua Schreier is Max's father and Anita's father-in-law.


TTT GCT ATG ATT TTA TAT consists of two bodies of  work from each artist respectively; one from earlier in their career and one more recent.


 The exhibition marks the first time the artists  present pieces together in a two-person show.






born 1953, Detroit, MI / lives and works in New York City /



Eve Eisenstadt received her BFA from University of Michigan and her MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. While at Cranbrook she became involved in creating large-scale works of handmade paper because the ceramics she was working with kept breaking.  Eisenstadt fabricated works first at Twinrocker Papermill in Indiana and later at Dieu Donné Papermill in New York.


Her work has been included in the Smithsonian Paper Art travel exhibition, The Drawing Center, New York, NY; American Craft Museum (now The Museum of Arts and Design), New York, NY; Byer Museum of Art, Evanston, IL; as well as solo exhibitions at the Hadler/Rodriguez Gallery, New York, NY.


Eisenstadt is also included in Judith Heller’s book Who’s Who of American Women Artists and Bernard Toale’s book Papermaking.




born 1952, Detroit, MI / lives and works in New York City

Instagram: @cubist_debris


In addition to making drawings, photographs, and other works, Joshua Schreier teaches technology in the New York City Public Schools. His credo in art, technology, and teaching is “More simple, more better.”


Schreier received his PhD and MA from New York University, his MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art, and his BFA from University of Michigan.


Selected ongoing series include plaids (chalk drawings on sidewalks in various locations), a year-long installation in 2016 titled Moving Boxes located in Computer Lab 301, MS 54, New York City; Math 208, MS 54, New York City; 5th floor foyer and elevator, 466 Washington Street, New York City; as well as an ongoing collection of wall drawings and door paintings, located in apartments and houses in both New York and Michigan.


Recent exhibitions include Edith Gallery, Quay School of the Arts, UCOL, Whanganui, NZ; Wassaic Projects, Wassaic, NY; Purgatory Pie Press Postcards at Square One Gallery, New York, NY; Slusser Gallery, University of Michigan School of Art and Design, Ann Arbor, MI; Ad Hoc Gallery, Parsons School of Design/New School University, New York, NY; Residential College Gallery, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; Anderson Gallery at Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY.


Act IV

Eve Eisenstadt

Joshua Schreier



Aug. 13–Sep. 2, 2017