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Exhibit Columbus 2023, Public by Design, is a ground-breaking exhibition in Columbus, Indiana, showcasing how artwork and structure may also help nurture neighborhood belonging whereas reimagining historic downtowns as equitable, stunning, and joyful locations.

Six curatorial companions directed the exhibition’s 13 public artworks, created by unbiased designers, artwork studios, college design fellows, and a highschool design crew. View the whole listing of contributors right here.

SYLVAN SCRAPPLE by Katie MacDonald and Kyle Schumann | College of Virginia Faculty of Structure
MACHI 街 by the high school design team | Columbus, Indiana; Exhibit Columbus 2023, copyright Hadley Fruits
MACHI by the highschool design crew | Columbus, Indiana

Exhibit Columbus is exclusive as a result of it engages in a global dialogue related to the biennial exhibition construction whereas exploring the challenges that cities across the globe are dealing with at the moment. This yr’s cycle, Public by Design, de-centers the thought of singular artists and curators for artwork and structure and, as an alternative, turns the give attention to the friction of public artwork and structure with the neighborhood. With this focus, the installations acquired their inspiration from curatorial questions equivalent to: What’s civic identification? How does nature join us? How will we interpret the previous?

We needed to exhibit the essential concept that the very best work is constructed with a broad perception within the collective energy of neighborhood work and engagement.

Bryony Roberts, 2023 curator and former Exhibit Columbus Miller Prize Recipient

THE PLOT PROJECT by PORT | Philadelphia and Chicago
A Carousel for Columbus by Joseph Altshuler and Zack Morrison | University of Illinois School of Architecture; Exhibit Columbus 2023, copyright Hadley Fruits
A CAROUSEL FOR COLUMBUS by Joseph Altshuler and Zack Morrison | College of Illinois Faculty of Structure
Echoes of the Hill by Studio Zewde Harlem | Harlem, New York; Exhibit Columbus 2023, copyright Hadley Fruits
ECHOES OF THE HILL by Studio Zewde Harlem | Harlem, New York

Public by Design opened to very large crowds on the weekend of August 25. Free occasions included a public strolling tour narrated by the art work creators, neighborhood video games, dwell music, dance performances starting from Bollywood to swing to salsa, and a 15-minute historical past of the Black Expertise carried out to gospel, seventies soul, and hip-hop. A public dance occasion capped the opening weekend’s festivities.

InterOculus by Practice for Architecture and Urbanism | PAU New York City; Exhibit Columbus 2023, copyright Hadley Fruits
INTEROCULUS by Observe for Structure and Urbanism | PAU New York Metropolis
PRISMA by Esteban Garcia Bravo and Maria Clara Morales | Department of Computer Graphics Technology at Purdue University; Exhibit Columbus 2023, copyright Hadley Fruits
PRISMA by Esteban Garcia Bravo and Maria Clara Morales | Division of Laptop Graphics Know-how at Purdue College
PIPE UP! by Halina Steiner, Tameka Baba, Forbes Lipschitz, and Shelby Doyle | Austin E. Knowlton School at The Ohio State University and Iowa State University College of Design; Exhibit Columbus 2023, copyright Hadley Fruits
PIPE UP! by Halina Steiner, Tameka Baba, Forbes Lipschitz, and Shelby Doyle | Austin E. Knowlton Faculty at The Ohio State College and Iowa State College School of Design

Exhibit Columbus 2023, Public by Design, might be on show till November 26, with extra initiatives and occasions occurring all through. Go to exhibitcolumbus.org for the complete schedule.

All photographs are copyright Hadley Fruits.

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