All Well, 2017

All Well (International Ground-to-Air Signal Codes)
2017
Paint on wood on ground

 

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As part of the Terrain Biennial 2017:

The Terrain Biennial is an international exhibition of site-specific art made for front yards, balconies, and porches centered in the historic village of Oak Park, IL. This year, the Enos Park neighborhood in Springfield, Illinois will serve as an outpost site for the 3rd Terrain Biennial and will feature seventeen sites throughout the neighborhood.

The 3rd Terrain Biennial at Enos Park will launch with a preview night on Saturday, September 30th. On the eve of the official start of the 2017 Terrain Biennial, curators, artists, property owners and community members are invited to gather in Enos Park to tour the sites between from 5:00 – 8:00 PM. An after party will follow at the Springfield Art Association.

Participating artists and curators include:

James Pepper Kelly + Ruslana Lichtzier
Hideous Beast (Josh Ippel and Charles Roderick) + Lindsey Caplice
Sage Dawson + James McAnally
Amanda Bowles and Jesse Vogler + Jeff Robinson
Alika Cooper + STNDRD
Natalia Villanueva Linares and Noël Morical + Erin Hayden
Jason Reblando + Kendra Paitz
Jeffrey Michael Austin + Say Uncle
Gail Simpson and Aristotle Georgiades + Allison Lacher
Emily Ward Bivens + Guen Montgomery
Cassandra Davis + Greg Ruffing
Betsy Dollar + Corrin Smithson McWhirter
James Hatton + Jessica Bingham
Heather Brammeier + Mark Rospenda
Ahmed Oszver + Carrie Cooper
Dulcee Boehm and Cory Imig + Frances Lightbound
Dawn Gettler + Chrissy LaMaster

The Terrain Biennial in Enos Park is organized by Allison Lacher and Jeff Robinson.

A map of all Terrain Biennial locations and the dates of the openings for each neighborhood will be posted to www.terrainexhibitions.com. The 3rd Terrain biennial at Enos Park will run through November 15th.

About the Terrain Biennial:

Founded in October of 2011 by artist Sabina Ott and author John Paulett, Terrain Exhibitions and The Terrain Biennial repurposes private spaces such as front yards, porches, or windows, turning them into public spaces in order to foster dialogue between neighbors and provide opportunities for artists and viewers alike to experience new perspectives. The projects at the 3rd Terrain Biennial will range from sculptural installations to time-based performances to public interventions.