Open Source Art Projects

Mask for Landfill Art Stainless steel, Brass, Copper, Aluminum, Steel 14" x 14 x 3 Collection: Landfill Art I was asked to contribute a piece of art to the Landfill Art project. Ken mailed me a hubcap, I altered it and mailed it back. The mask design is loosely...

  I've been hinting that I was up to something, and now I'm ready to spill the beans. I've just launched a new blog called TypePad Hacks and I'd love it if you go check it out. TypePad Hacks will focus on the following issues: User Design:...

It appears that I sort of have a piece of art in this year's Whitney Biennial!...

Doree Shafrir's kick-ass article on the American Guernica Project went out on the Columbia News Service wire recently. It was picked up by a small handful of papers nationally. These are the ones I've found so far… The Orlando Sentinel The Naples Daily News The Arizona Republic It's sort...

It just totally made my day to read about how American Guernica had been used in the classroom, especially the student's and observer's positive reactions to the idea....

Update: American Guernica has been picking up steam. I'll be posting regular updates on the project under it's own category. I've written here before about the idea of open-sourcing art projects to involve as many participants as possible. American Guernica is a perfect test case for...

Public art projects have the potential to unite or divide communities. Public artworks have proven to have a highly beneficial impact when community residents feel they have been consulted, informed, involved and invited to participate. When a community feels a large scale project has been...

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