There is a Light That Never goes Out - The Smiths from The Queen Is Dead
Outside, a sculpture is just another thing in the world, it doesn’t have any special status, which is how it should be. Without the context provided by an exhibition situation, people treat a sculpture like any other feature of the built environment: they sit on it if they can, they touch it, some people write their names on it. I try to anticipate that, it’s like a collaboration. A sculpture in public is incomplete without an audience. How people interact with the work forms the meaning of the work.
— Artist Oscar Tuazon response on our Director & Chief Curator Nicholas Baume’s artsy roundtable. Nicholas is curating this year’s Art Basel Miami Beach Public sector! Read more responses from Mr. Tuazon and other featured artists, Carol Bove and Alicja Kwade, at artsy. (via publicartfund)
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Love Hockett’s work. I’d really like to try out more photography techniques.