This exhibit is part of Mark’s 18-month residency, funded through the Creative Work Fund, and is intended to integrate public art into the Benicia waterfront planning process and engage the public through education, participation, intervention and demonstration.During the exhibit, Arts Benicia’s 2000 sq. ft. gallery will serve as focal point for this large-scale, multifaceted project with a showing of collages, prints and drawings as well as video and interactive pieces.Collage, prints and drawings will document two temporary public projects: The Biolabyrinth Raingarden (Benicia Magazine, April 2015, which was installed on the First Street Green in February & March) , and Mobile Marsh, (a site-specific floating sculpture planned for fall 2015).The gallery will also include an interactive area where visitors will add to the exhibit with stories, memories, observations and knowledge of the local landscape in several participatory projects.
Join Mark for interactive events at the gallery during ABAiR:
artists, and all interested parties are invited to attend. 1-4 pm.
For more information about Mark’s residency, or to get involved in Mark’s ABAiR installation email firstname.lastname@example.org