Codi Vore is an interactive installation art project that produces a large-scale tiled surface from the artist’s hand prints.
The work was created as part of the #artinpublic space in collaboration with Leeza Ahmadi and commissioned by ArtPrize, which happens annually in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Keywords to include:
installation art, interactive, Codi Vore The first iteration of the work was installed in Pioneer Square Park and activated with visitors’ participation. We encouraged them to make a mark by placing their hand on one section of the wall. The resultant pattern became an entity that is both collective and individualistic.
It’s about who we are as individuals while also being part of something greater than ourselves-a community or society.” Numberless:
ODDLY ENOUGH I CAN NOT FIND WHERE MY HANDS ARE MEANT TO GO ON THE WALL SO I TURNED AROUND AND PUT THEM HERE FOR NOW -KATHERINE MELTON #codivoreartinpublic @coriandrewsdesign @leezahmadii Numberless:
I DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO -MELISSA TAYLOR #codivoreartinpublic @coriandrewsdesign @leezahmadii Numberless: THE ONLY THING WE DIDNT MAKE A MARK ON WAS THE WALL THAT SAYS “PLEASE CREATE YOUR OWN ART” SO HERE GOES. -ALEXY FRANKLIN KERR #codivoreartinpublic @coriandrewsdesign @leezahmadii Content ends here, not including concluding paragraph or bullets. Please provide a name and email so we can continue the conversation about your project’s long-form content (content that is not