Saturday, April 20, 2019


Street Installations

Street Installations


Mark Jenkins (b. 1970 in Fairfax, Virginia ) is an American artist most widely known for the street installations he creates using packing tape. His work has been featured in various newspapers and magazines including Time Out: New York, The Washington Post, The Independent, the book Hidden Track: How Visual Culture is Going Places, and on the street art blog Wooster Collective. He has shown indoors in galleries in the U.S., Europe and Brazil and is represented by Lazarides Gallery in London. He maintains the Website tapesculpture.org and teaches his tape casting process in workshops in the cities he visits.

He currently lives in Washington, DC.

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    I don’t know who comes up with all of these but they are quite entertaining.

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    Ok, it’s art! It might cheer up a gray day just a bit to see something like this on the street on your way to work/lunch/shcool or whatever

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    were doing this in my sculpture class! its the funnest project.

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    Thank you very much for having a good time enjoying your excellent made ideas, especially the animals and the tiny-pulling-hero-figure, awesome! But I have to say some of your photos speak a really morbide languange, i.e. the balloon-boy in the water seems to be really dead and I had to convice myself that it is hopefully just an installation but nevertheless it is grotesque to find yourself admiring the perspective and technique and being disgusted of this fascination because of what the picture actually shows.

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