ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE ROBIN RHODE

   
Flying skateboards, televisions that come alive, cyclones of paper, and words colliding in midair are some of the amazing feats created with just a piece of chalk, a can of spray paint, and the active imaginations of Walker artist-in-residence Robin Rhode in collaboration the Walker Art Center Teen Arts Council (WACTAC). Look for six humorous and playful scenarios, developed during intense artistic sessions earlier this year, on display at bus stops throughout the Twin Cities during the month of April.
 
 
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Robin Rhode
STILLS FROM SKATEBOARD, A PUBLIC ART COLLABORATION BETWEEN ROBIN RHODE AND THE WALKER ART CENTER TEEN ARTS COUNCIL
photos: Cameron Wittig

 



RELATED EVENTS


ARTIST TALK/PERFORMANCE: ROBIN RHODE
THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 7:30 PM FREE AUDITORIUM
For this talk, Rhode will discuss his artistic practice, his work in the Latitudes exhibition, and his public-art collaboration with WACTAC. He'll complete the evening by creating a new work in Gallery 2.






ROBIN RHODE'S WALKER ARTIST RESIDENCY IS MADE POSSIBLE BY GENEROUS SUPPORT FROM THE LILA WALLACE-READER'S DIGEST FUND. WALKER TEEN PROGRAMS ARE MADE POSSIBLE BY GENEROUS SUPPORT FROM THE SURDNA FOUNDATION AND BEST BUY CHILDREN'S FOUNDATION.