Colonization of Commonality

Quincy Owens & Luke Crawley

Each hexagon (~10-12ft diameter) represents a shared societal experience or belief. The larger sculptures (~8-9ft tall) in the center of each hexagon will play short audio clips of people responding to various prompts corresponding to the hexagon through speakers and electronics incorporated into the form itself. The smaller sculptures (~6-7ft tall) that sit at the vertices of each hexagon represent humans as members of a larger audience who share, observe, and participate in the experiences emanating from the center. The audio clips will be solicited through social media as well as public campaigns. The hexagons will be arranged in a honeycomb pattern that can be adapted to a variety of layouts depending on the venue. In short, humans colonize their ideals and experiences. Please contact us for a more detailed artist statement regarding the concept of the piece.

Entry Details
  • Art form: 3-D
  • Depth: variable, 35ft desired
  • Medium: Cardboard & Composite
  • Width: variable, 30ft desired
  • Year created: 2013
  • Height: 10ft