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.
Art objects, Golf, Salt Lake Art Center, viewers, interactive art, Project 337
SLCC Student Newspapers 2016-02-17
The Globe, February 17, 2016, Spring '16 Issue 6.
multiculturalism, voters, political science, Exhibitions, Musical revues & comedies, Voting, Basketball, Athletes, Musicians, Music, Art objects
SLCC Student Newspapers 1994-11-22
Horizon, November 22, 1994, Vol. 1994-95 No. 9.
Nurses, Nursing, alliances, Gangs, Computers, computer science, computer programming, computer programmers, Smoking, Eccles Early Childhood Development Lab School (Redwood Campus), Educational evaluation, Athletic clubs, Smoking, Newspapers, Art objects, Basketball, Basketball players