he Whitney Museum recently sponsored a public art project with artist Gary Simmons. To make the project, teens collected responses to the question, “What are you waiting for?” from their classmates and the larger community. The handwritten scraps of paper were then photographed, printed, and wheatpasted onto a wall, creating a layered, complex, and sometimes contradictory collection of voices and opinions. - OPENER FOR FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL!!!
The German artist Cornelia Konrads creates hallucinating in situ installations in public spaces, parks and private gardens throughout the world. His work is often punctuated by the illusion of weightlessness, when stacked objects (branch, log, stone) seem to be hanging in the air, increasing the temporary nature of the facility.
we believe art should be for the community by the community to transform public spaces and individual lives. art has the power to heal, the power to unit, but it is never silent and cannot be ignored because it always tells a story and when told well it can light dark corners because it gets behind the surface to change minds and ultimately changes everything. we believe art ignites change.
#Seniors Appear Floating Over Montreal. The bending of the known laws of public space was performed by German choreographer Angie Hiesl whose goal apparently is to make us appreciate the elderly as works of art