Granby Park, was an urban, ‘pop-up’ park in a vacant site in Dublin’s inner city. It was made from up-cycled, recycled, donated and found material and featured some of the city’s most talented artists, architects, performers, planners etc. It had an outdoor cinema, a theatre made by kids from palettes, an education zone, exhibitions, a play area, a café, art installations, and lots, lots more!
I’m a scribble so there: Communal drawing installation:
This installation acts as a surface for a communal drawing artwork. This structure takes the shape of a building as a starting point. The public engage with the structure by drawing or leaving messages in text. The drawing is then edited by the artist during public interactions which leads to a cross pollination of ideas and styles. Caplice plays the role of editor and collaborator resulting in an overall unified piece.