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ARTPOT / Public art installation

ARTPOT
ARTPOT

Discipline: Interior Architecture

Discipline: Interior Architecture

ArtPot is a participatory public art installation at Gyeonggi Province Governor’s residence that was remodeled as a public art house. ArtPot is made from everyday materials; paper sleeves, plastic cups, and ivy plants. The pattern structure of ArtPot functions like a large planter with thousands of little pots. It is rolled and pulled together to create a dynamic shape, luring visitors to the art house. Visitors can participate in completing ArtPot by naming and watering ivies. As the ivies grow, ArtPot changes as well. Participants take ivy pots home after the exhibition ends, then the installation will be completed but also continued.

  • TARGET GROUPS Public Sector / Government

  • TARGET REGIONS Specific country/region: South Korea

  • DEVELOPMENT TIME up to 12 months

  • DATE OF LAUNCH 2017

Client / Manufacturer

GYEONGGI PROVINCE

GYEONGGI PROVINCE
Suwon City, South Korea

Design

SOAP

SOAP
Seoul, South Korea