In this book, artist Arild Berg explores what happens when people are invited into a public art process. In three case studies, for which he created ceramic works through the participatory approach in each environment, he had an explicit focus on involving the participants in material-based art. First, he invited people on site to produce art for a chapel of rest. The second site of collaboration was a school entrance. The final context was a corridor in a mental healthcare facility.
The participation seemed to enable a special type of communicative process to evolve that was characterized by a sensuous presence and tactile resonance. Berg shows how participatory approaches in humanistic science can contribute to artistic practice. The book thus introduces a new research-based approach to implementing art in public space.
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