some seeing eye wrote:Who is drawn to the perimeter? Airport, gate-perimeter, DPW, (even LEO) and demoopers. Engage the Artery(again), Gate-Perimeter, Airport & Earth Guardians. Could imagine fence demooping/ writing on your project/ recording fence finds via art car tours. Don't worry about the criticism it is social practice art.
trilobyte wrote:Don't take 'no response' to mean yes you can do it. Submit your project through the proper channels (art project registration) and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (if that's not where you sent your question earlier) about the prospect of basically installing art on the trash fence. They'll hopefully get you in touch with the right folks within city services, who can weigh in as necessary.
trilobyte wrote:To answer your question, no I would not be interested in art that was installed or woven into the trash fence. What you've described doesn't sound like it's been though through very well from a LNT perspective - a big banner is something that not only would need to withstand some heavy duty sustained winds, but be exactly the sort of thing you'd want to install well inside the trash fence perimeter. If it fails at the fence, it just blows away at the outside perimeter. The only way to really secure it would probably involve installing additional hardware and other stuff that interfered with the fence.
Good luck with your project, in whatever form it ends up taking shape in.
trilobyte wrote:...get torn into shredded, stringy messes after a couple days of hard weather out there...
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