The fourth year of the community artmaking project will take place Thursday June 7, 2018.
FoundSpace explores the crossroads of art and land, and asks the community to participate in the artmaking process. The large-scale interactive installations created on protected properties link local artists and the community to found objects and conserved public land. Through FoundSpace, participants recover found objects and work together to create temporary interactive installations in a public open space.
In June 2018, the fourth iteration of FoundSpace includes five local artists (Bland Hoke, Matt Daly, Jenny Dowd, Brittany Hill, and Bronwyn Minton) and will once again create installations out of gathered objects from Jackson Hole Land Trust conservation properties. This year’s installation will be at the Emily Steven’s Park. Community gathers took place throughout May and early June with the build event and celebration date on June 7th at Emily Steven’s Park. The artwork will remain in place through the summer.