A Concert for No One

A site specific social distancing performance bt Clinton Whiting Last week I had the privilege of assisting Salt Lake City-based artist, Clint Whiting create a work of art, both complex and beautiful, for an exhibition of site-specific artwork held throughout Salt Lake City and the surrounding communities. The work was poignant and thoughtful, and Clint had … Continue reading A Concert for No One

Creating Interpretive Material for a Museum Exhibition

I was approached by Ashlee Whitaker, curator at the Brigham Young University Museum of Art, to help develop some interpretive materials for an exhibition that she was curating. The artist Jorge Cocco Santangelo will be showing many of his paintings at the Museum of Biblical Art in Dallas and she wanted to use Popwalk to display … Continue reading Creating Interpretive Material for a Museum Exhibition

What is Popwalk?

Popwalk is a phone app for viewing artwork, performance, music, etc. in specific geographic locations. This application uses the GPS information on smartphones for exhibiting “site-specific digital works of art.” These include performance, music, dance, video, animation, or other time-based media. Artists download works to the Popwalk website, along with geo-location information. Users open a … Continue reading What is Popwalk?