In this two-part workshop students will be introduced to the art of developing site-specific installations in the public realm – which always begins with a good idea and a specific location.
During the first session we will look at examples of site-specific installations from several artists, discuss the process under which these projects evolved from early concepts to realized projects, and begin the process of developing individual students’ ideas – to be presented during the second session. The second session will be focused on the development of a unique project concept -- students will be asked to present their unique project ideas, conceptual reasoning, and implementation strategies for general feedback and group discussion.
Students of all levels of are welcome and private sessions will be available for any students who wish to continue the development their project concepts - to be scheduled following the workshop. The participant may email Aaron some images of their work ahead of time.