Temporary Public Art 2022
Curtis Grahauer, stills from As far upriver as you can go before having to switch to a pole, 2018
Curtis Grahauer, Working title: Millstone (one year of a river)
Grahauer will spend a year documenting the progressive transformation of the Millstone River as it courses through Bowen Park. With periodic updates, and interactive signage, the artist will share his filmmaking process throughout the year. A film screening in the Bowen Park Amphitheatre will take place at the conclusion of the project.
Jesse Gray, Scrap Figure, 2020
Jesse Gray, Chimes for the South End
This new sculpture work, to be located in Deverill Square Park, will use locally-collected plastic trash that will be cast into bronze chimes that can be activated by visitors. The process of creating the work will invite community participation in activities leading up to the fabrication and installation of the work. Once on view, the chimes can be activated as an interactive sound sculpture.
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