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A.K.A. Urban Land Art…a response to existing conditions + the creation of meaning + in public space…

What: Urban Land Art is the practice of creating art from and in the urban landscape.  Over the course of four 1 1/2 hr workshops, we will brainstorm + share ideas + investigate precedents, execute an individual piece(s), and lastly, a group project.  Class size limit : 10.

Who: Artists, non-artists, and everyone in between.

Why: To define and create value + expand and/or refine our definition of art in public space

Where: 618c Tillery St. ATX / Mixed Media Lab

When: First of 4 workshops begins (post SXSW) on March 24, 2013/ 10:30 a.m.–12pm

Supplies: enthusiasm, a digital camera, a (favorite) tool, or two, should you deem it necessary…

Project Parameters: 1) The projects undertaken should begin, and end, on the street. What happens between those two points is up to you.  The materials and mediums we engage should be sourced from the public realm (streets, sidewalks, alleys, parks, paths, etc)  You may chose to work with them in situ, or bring them home, but their final iteration/resting place should be, as described above, in the public realm. 2) Projects must be legal–something that would not be considered stealing or vandalism 3) All processes and projects should be environmentally considerate.

Media (any and everything, man made and natural): film, sound, paper, plastic, dirt, wind, air, shadows, light, conversation, words, bugs, books, crayons, movement, space, solids, paths, night, day, you, them, everyone, no one….

Readings: de Certeau, Guy Debord, Richard Sennett, Henri Lefebvre, John Stilgoe

Related Topics: Land Art, Public Art, Bricolage, Strategies vs. Tactics, Situationism, dérives, and whatever else you’d like to bring to the table.

More info: www.urbanlandart.org Sponsored by:  www.placingroutes.wordpress.com / art in the everyday urban image: urbanlandart.org

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