David Brooks' work considers the relationship between the individual and the built and natural environment. His work investigates how cultural concerns cannot be divorced from the natural world, while also questioning the terms under which nature is perceived and utilized. For “Studs and Bycatch” Brooks creates a sculpture in Miami's Blue Lagoon next to the 836 expressway celebrating Florida wildlife on a pontoon boat that will remain anchored in the lake for several weeks.
PLAY, LAY, AYE - Act III: installation and performance exploring sculpture, inclusivity & public spaces
Commuter Biennial and Friends of The Underline present PLAY, LAY, AYE a modular sculpture by GeoVanna Gonzalez examining the way public art can be used to create spaces that are more inclusive and queer.
For Act III, the sculpture will be installed below Metrorail in phase 2 of the future Underline for just one day. From 6-8:30 PM, the public is invited to this free event to explore the sculpture with an exclusive performance by Sydney Rabin and scoops by Dasher & Crank.