Join us for the final episode in our series of Artists Talks about new public art projects in the City of Phoenix.
On Thursday, May 6th, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. (Arizona Time), we will sit down with artist team, Haddad Drugan to discuss, Uplift, their newst public art project completed in 2020. A grove of tall, colorful, and kinetic tree-like sculptures marks Phoenix's 107th Avenue streetscape near Dust Devil Park as a gateway to West Phoenix.
Laura Haddad and Tom Drugan's collaboration as an artist team began in 2001 and has fostered a wide range of innovative site-specific public art commissions and plans. Their studio, Haddad|Drugan LLC, operates at intersections of art, architecture, landscape, and theater, and includes collaborators adept at detail design, computer modeling and drafting, physical modeling, and graphics. Haddad|Drugan specializes in creating conceptually driven site-specific art that is often integrated into large-scale infrastructure projects. Past and current work includes art for stormwater utilities, transportation projects, architectural facades, industrial artifacts, museums, libraries, urban plazas and parks. Their award-winning work has been published in Sculpture, Architectural Record, Landscape Architecture, Eco-Structure, Landscape Journal, Land Forum, and other publications.
Magnum Companies, Fabricator
This project was built with Percent-for-Art funds from the City of Phoenix Street Transportation Department in collaboration with the City of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture Public Art Program.
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