How Participatory Art Is Created From Audience Stories

How Participatory Art Is Created From Audience Stories
Design

Phil Hansen is using stories that people tell him to create a symbolic and unique artwork.

Ryan Gerhardt
  • 7 june 2013

Great art involves sharing an experience with an audience, and drawing them in to feel an emotion or to think. It would seem to be common sense that the easiest way to do this is to involve the audience in the creation process – which is precisely what Phil Hansen is doing.

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