April 18, 2012
Interventions@ Clark Lake Park, Site Specific Art Project
: Courtesy of the artist..
Cornish students are using Clark Lake Park, a passive use park in the city of Kent, as their inspiration and research laboratory.
They will be installing temporary site-specific artworks at the park on April 20 in celebration of Earth Day weekend. The artworks will remain until April 30. These projects explore the science and form of the park as well as the whims of the artists.
Meet the Artists
April 21, 10 am - noon
Clark Park (between SE 240th and SE 248th at 127th Ave SE), Kent, WA
Learn more about the students’ projects here.
Image: the plan for Ryan Aragon’s work called “Lost Touch.” He is overlaying the labyrinthine streets of a suburban development in a blackberry patch.
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