Tara Parsons
Parsonslpm11

About

Most of my current work is participatory. The process of art making has become more important than the final product, and the object has morphed into the project. This shift challenges the audience to become part of the creative process, adding different points of view and aesthetic choices to the overall work. Engagement makes artwork inclusive and accessible to a wider community, and pushes the boundaries of traditional practice. It also lends itself to social and political commentary, subject areas that my work often investigates.

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New York, New York
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Le Petite Morte
Le Petite Morte
clear latex balloons, paper printed with the names of shooting victims since Sandy Hook, straight pins.
Le Petite Morte
Le Petite Morte
clear latex balloons, paper printed with the names of shooting victims since Sandy Hook.
Le Petite Morte
Le Petite Morte
clear latex balloons, paper printed with the names of shooting victims since Sandy Hook.
Le Petite Morte
Le Petite Morte
clear latex balloons, paper printed with the names of shooting victims since Sandy Hook.
Le Petite Morte
Le Petite Morte
clear latex balloons, paper printed with the names of shooting victims since Sandy Hook.
Le Petite Morte
Le Petite Morte
clear latex balloons, paper printed with the names of shooting victims since Sandy Hook.
Le Petite Morte
Le Petite Morte
clear latex balloons, paper printed with the names of shooting victims since Sandy Hook.
Innocents Project
Innocents Project
dissolving paper, rock salt, ink- each parachute had the name of a US soldier or Iraqi or Afghani civilian victim of the war written on it. They were launched from the Manhattan Bridge.
Innocents Project
Innocents Project
dissolving paper, rock salt, ink- each parachute had the name of a US soldier or Iraqi or Afghani civilian victim of the war written on it. They were launched from the Manhattan Bridge.
Innocents Project
Innocents Project
dissolving paper, rock salt, ink- each parachute had the name of a US soldier or Iraqi or Afghani civilian victim of the war written on it. They were launched from the Manhattan Bridge.
Community Portrait
Community Portrait
paint, people, shadows
Community Portrait
Community Portrait
paint, people, shadows
Community Portrait
Community Portrait
paint, people, shadows
Community Portrait
Community Portrait
paint, people, shadows
Community Portrait
Community Portrait
paint, people, shadows
Community Portrait
Community Portrait
paint, people, shadows
Community Portrait
Community Portrait
paint, people, shadows
Community Portrait
Community Portrait
paint, people, shadows
Community Portrait
Community Portrait
paint, people, shadows
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