Partner Sue Krantz and Audit & Assurance Manager Chris Valponi were just two of the many folks who attended the opening of Land Studio’s “Dialogue” in the Eastman Reading Garden at the Cleveland Public Library.
Dialogue is a circle of brightly colored interlaced sound tubes, providing an opportunity to create spontaneous conversations and connect strangers and friends in a public space.
Over the last seven years, the Eastman Reading Garden at Cleveland Public Library has been home to some of the most fascinating public art. Each summer, LAND studio partners with Cleveland Public Library to bring creative, innovative, and thought-provoking works of art to this already beautiful public space. Following a politically divisive year, Buffalo-based artists Julia Jamrozik and Coryn Kempster brought their unique style of public art to Cleveland with Dialogue, hoping to spark conversation beyond individual comfort zones.
Engage with Dialogue now through October in the Eastman Reading Garden located at 325 Superior Avenue in downtown Cleveland.To learn more about LAND studio and to support exciting public space projects visit www.land-studio.org/donate (Photo(s) by © Bob Perkoski, www.Perkoski.com)