Jamie Crooke: Pulse & Parcel

“Pulse and Parcel” aimed to create awareness of the space we live within and share with others. Through community participation and investigation, Crooke explored ways of dividing up space, creating community, and policy planning towards an imagined alternative future. Using the tools of Urban Planners, Policy Makers and Citizens, unfolded ways of engaging with the land around us in a democratic way, with the goal of creating conscientious citizens that engage in their community. Participants engaged in the project in person, online (www.GLADPAP.us) or by phone (#). All on-site activities were designed for persons of varying age, ability and art know-how.

Public Events:

Exhibition Opening: February 5, 2011

Participating artists:

Jamie Crooke

Participating organizations:
GLAD PAP

This project was made possible through a grant from The Pasadena Department of Cultural Affairs Arts and Culture Commission and an ARC grant from the Center for Cultural Innovation.

Project Site:

www.gladpap.us

Documentation:

Flickr