Contemporary Masters: Artist-Designed Miniature Golf - Views of Artwork, Shredder, in Hole #10
In the context of mini golf, the verb “putt” is somewhere between “to put,” a deliberate act, and “to putter,” a state of playful inattention. Art exists in that same gray area—an intentional activity but not a utilitarian one. Life can become so routine and ordinary that it becomes like a trudge down a long hallway, and art can be a window or even a doorway into another direction, another way of seeing, thinking, feeling, or being. So art is not a thing the artist makes, something that we passively look at, it’s an intersection, a nexus created by the artist and calling out for our participation. Exhibition held in the Main Gallery space.