If All My Thoughts Were Spoken: I – VI
Rikki List’s interactive panels in the garden
International media artist Rikki List’s six interactive panels on dry-erase material allow visitors to write their own thought bubbles with dry erase pens. Stop by and watch this piece evolve – and participate!
Red Means Stop
Artist: Michael Goldman
Passersby find their attention arrested by this wonderful sculpture on Lot S. Michael Goldman’s sculptures were recently exhibited in San Francisco, Denver, and Poughkeepsie. “Red Means Stop” is available for purchase ($150). More info at http://www.consolidatedstudios.com/art.html
Totem and Second Wind
Artist: Michelle Echenique
Michelle Echenique works with reclaimed material, including natural debris such as the trellis in Totem. She created these pieces specifically for HVAW’s garden.
More info: michelleechenique.com
“Honey Bear” was fnnch’s first sculpture, created for Burning Man 2016. The honey bear is a universal symbol of happiness, spreading surprise and delight. These positive emotions then entice the viewer to think differently about the space in which the bear exists.
For more information, visit fnnch.com
Upon a TIme
Artist: Phillipe Jestin
“My work is inspired by the human figure and finding ways to create an object visually ambiguous, offering different lectures between the figurative and the abstract, going back and forth, open to the potential of a fluid perception.”
More info at http://www.philippejestin.com
All Natural Materials, and Plug
Artist: Todd Young
Todd’s playful sense of humor and whimsy shines through in these two wonderful additions to the sculpture garden.
More info about Todd on Hoodline