The Power of the Placement of Public Sculpture
Date of Award
Arts and Culture
Master of Liberal Studies
Arts & Culture
avo maria; avocado; driscoll center; humanities garden; penrose library; placemaking; placement; public art; sculpture
The Power of the Placement of Public Sculpture explores the aesthetic effects public sculpture has on the environment around it. The work presented includes a discussion of case studies in select American and international communities. Relevance is brought to the topic through the documentation of the placement of a fabricated eight-foot avocado sculpture displayed on the University of Denver campus. Reflection on the experience exposes additional questions and demonstrates the importance of the placement of a public sculpture.
Taziri, Terrie, "The Power of the Placement of Public Sculpture" (2010). University College: Arts and Culture Capstones. 48.