Benjamin R. Barber explains: “The role of artists here is not just to install a sculpture, plant a garden or make a mural (although these would be nice). Rather, it is to envision a space where visitors are encouraged (but not constrained) to move in certain ways, inspired (but not forced) to use the space [...]
Entries Tagged as 'Public Art Process'
January 20th, 2011 · No Comments
Tags: Public Art Process
January 13th, 2009 · 1 Comment
Click the image to view Leon Rainbow demonstrating the basics of graffiti. Video by Dangerous in Public.
November 29th, 2008 · 3 Comments
The images show how Pose 2 artistically converts a photograph into a piece on the wall. The process was documented by Ricardo Barros in Washington DC in May 2008. Peter Krsko and Pose 2 of Albus Cavus discuss their unique and new approach to transforming public spaces. Peter: Do you have clear idea what you [...]
March 27th, 2008 · No Comments
In this paper, Ashley Frost aims to recognize graffiti as a form of public art. She suggests an innovative approach to dealing with unwanted graffiti that will benefit the affected public spaces from social, aesthetic, environmental and economic point of view. The approach is to incorporate graffiti into public art process and create opportunities for [...]
March 26th, 2008 · No Comments
The City Repair was formed in Portland, OR in 1996 by a group of community activists whose goal was to create spaces that would benefit the neighborhoods they live in. Creative transformation of the intersections proved to be beneficial for bringing the residents together, making the roads safer for pedestrians and bicyclists, and beautifying the [...]