A day trip with the family unfolds as a historic tour of public art, sculpture, typography, and design.
After city regulations halted the Art Crosswalks project in conjunction with Downtown Memphis Commission, local artists at MCA with volunteer community members executed their designs in partnership with Overton Park. This project crosses the boundaries between artistic interventions, broadly defined as public art that encourages moments of pause, contemplation, even participation and play and civic-minded improvements or…… Continue reading Crosswalks in the Park: Civic-Minded Improvements
As a sort of citizen-driven placemaking endeavor, this example of artistic intervention serves as a catalyst for greater change in the under-served area of N.Evergreen and Chelsea. The design, inspired by the post-industrial aspects of the site and fused with concepts of geometry and optical art, provides a sense of movement, change, and altered perspective that references…… Continue reading The Revival of the Chelsea Flood Wall: Community activates Future Site of the Greenline
Over a three-day work session, Memphis College of Art under the direction of Cat Normoyle, leads a community public art project in South Memphis.
How do artists, Barbara Kruger and Jenny Holzer, use typography as a major component of their work? What messages do the artists wish to convey and how does each compare and contrast? Looking specifically at examples of typographic art on three-dimensional architecture, how do Kruger and Holzer use similar techniques to showcase work? How…… Continue reading A look at Barbara Kruger and Jenny Holzer’s use of Typography
As a designer and an artist, I’m always trying to see work in and around Atlanta whenever possible that is inspirational and fun.