Audience and Public Space

Ed Woodham is a multi-disciplinary artist and arts educator dedicated to working in public space. He is best known for the public art project, Art in Odd Places, a festival that happens along the length of 14th Street in Manhattan every October. It’s 10 day-long performance piece, created by a number of curators, artists and designers, and composed of performances and installations from artists all over the world.  Check out Ed’s profile.

  • How can settings limit or expand art and audience dynamics?
  • What does it mean to work in a democratic setting?
  • How is working in public space experimental?

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