© 2013, mox box

Public art refers to works of art in any media that are planned and executed with the specific intention of being sited or staged in the public domain, accessible to all.

 

A sample of our Proposals:

 

- The Unspoken: Visual Language

 

- The Center for Sustainable Landscapes

 

- Wayfarers: Community Engagement

 

- East Liberty Place, South

 

- ARTPGH

 

- Project Pop Up

 

- PIA Temporary Art Exhibition

 

- Sprout Fund

 

- Consol: Public Art Plan

PROPOSALS

 

 

Mox Box considers any art project that aims to positively impact the surrounding community as public art. Whether the project requires the invitation to an established artist to create a sculptural work for a large public facility or the project calls for the organization of an arts related event, Mox Box is passionate about bringing art to the people.

 

We do not consider art that is simply placed in a public space public art. True public art must signify a particular working practice, usually with implications of site specificity, but always with community involvement and collaboration.