Posts Tagged ‘site-specific’

I know I just posted about Mary Iverson, but I came across this public art project she recently made & was compelled to share. After all that painting containers, Mary painted an actual container in Singapore, at the Goodman Arts Center. Shipping is an integral part of Singapore’s identity as a city. In fact, this […]

Artist/ illustrator Anna Higgie has many intriguing projects on her website, but I found this commissioned project for a Berlin nightclub, Crush, in 2008 to be particularly blog-worthy. This is namely because I like seeing a good site-specific installation…and I also am comforted knowing that an artist can get paid to make kick-ass drawings in […]

Decorative potholes is a street art series by artist Juliana Santacruz Herrera. Using braided strips of dyed-colored fabric, Juliana coils the yarn into cracks and crevices within the sidewalks of Paris. The bursts of color, along with the hand-made quality of the work, enrich the surrounding street with its intentionality. &Aren’t they delightful? I also […]

stacked water


Wanted to share this local site-specific installation by Teresita Fernández at the Blanton Museum of Art here in Austin, TX. Titled Stacked Water, this work is located in the two-story Rapoport atrium, and designed to give the impression of under water. The Blanton’s site tells us: Utilizing the natural light afforded by the space’s many skylights, […]