Dialogue is Provocative

Kendal Henry is an artist and curator who specializes in public art. He learns about each location he works in through his interactions with people, and incorporates a listening process to his approach that makes each one of his projects specific to the desires of the populations they represent. Henry has done a variety of site-responsive projects in the United States, Europe Russia and Asia.  Check out Kendal’s profile.

  • How can art in public space be provocative?
  • What are the signs of a provocative work of art?
  • How can dialogue leave a lasting effect that transcends a work of art?

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