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Public Art

Candy Chang will be creating an upcoming participatory public installation called A Monument for the Anxious and Hopeful at The Rubin Museum of Art in New York, NY. As part of their year-long exhibition on the theme of the future, this collaboration with James A. Reeves will be a living catalogue of the ways in which we relate to the uncertainty of tomorrow.

Feb 10 - Nov 11, 2018
Public Art

Candy Chang and James A. Reeves created a new public installation in Greece in January 2017. Grief is a Beast That Will Never Be Tamed offers a meditation on loss and invites people to share the rituals, practices, and texts that have provided solace. More info here.

Public Art

Candy Chang created an interactive installation in downtown Philadelphia. The Atlas of Tomorrow transforms a building into a device for philosophical reflection and promotes mental health as a critical component of thriving communities. Completed in July 2016, the project will be up for at least two years. More info here.

Upcoming Lectures
September 27, 2017
TED Sessions with Ford
London, England
October 9, 2017
Washington University
St. Louis, Missouri
November 5, 2017
WESTAF Symposium on Public Art
Honolulu, Hawaii | more
November 16, 2017
Google
Macau, China
January 18, 2018
Rollins College
Winter Park, Florida | more
Press
“Candy Chang’s work at the intersection of public art, community engagement, and urban design touches on every aspect of art’s role in society and contributes to meaningful placemaking in our communities.” —Public Art Review
Before I Die is merely one of the most creative community projects ever.” —The Atlantic
“[Chang's] art installations offer a vehicle for understanding, one that allows people to be vulnerable and share their beliefs, their joys, and their struggles... In doing so, she’s helping progress the universe’s gradual arc toward collective acceptance. Because we all experience emotions like fear, anger, regret, sorrow, and joy; and because we all, at some point, have a brush with issues like anxiety, addiction, depression, and self-destruction. And when we do, we all deserve compassion.” —UPROXX