Tag Archives: Public Art
I am forging a concept for a new public artwork located at an airport. I have been looking at pedestrian flow, migrations, and murmurations for which i’ve started a pinterest board. I have begun tracing people, in motion and at rest, … Continue reading
Two new opportunities to view paintings and installations if you are out and about in the Seattle Area. MADCAMPUS Please join me (and Rudder) for The MadCampus art walk this Sunday, 28 September, from 11:00a-3:00p. This kid-friendly, public event will … Continue reading
Here are some process shots for “By Degrees,” a temporary artwork for the “MadCampus” exhibition. Built with the able assistance of four School of Art undergraduates, the exhibition will open on September 13th at the University of Washington.
what does it take to design a meaningful, enduring memorial artwork? This is the question of the moment, as i embark on designing one. some thoughts: the memorial will function as both an object in space and a moment in … Continue reading
ARTISTS/WRITERS APPLY HERE ABOUT THE PROJECT SITE “Home is not just the place where you were born, but the place where you become yourself” – Pico Iyer Concept Project HomePoem is a participatory, site-specific, temporary installation designed … Continue reading
hope you enjoy this time-lapse featuring the deinstallation of “pretty vacant”. as we chipped and peeled and picked the little shreds of vinyl from the windows, i had plenty of time to say “good bye” to this installation, planned for … Continue reading