Uncultivated, an art project by Lynn Cazabon, associate professor of Visual Arts, will be featured in two exhibitions and will be published in a digital media art catalogue, SCAN2GO. An ongoing public art project that explores wild plants in urban landscapes, Uncultivated began in Baltimore in late 2010 and has expanded to include other cities.
Photographs from Uncultivated are on display at the VisArts Gallery, at 155 Gibbs Street in Rockville, Maryland, from March 9 through April 14 in an exhibition curated by UMBC IMDA alumna Susan Main.
Photographs will also be on display at Brooklyn Utopias: Park Space, Play Space, at the Old Stone House, 333 3rd Street, Brooklyn, New York, from April 5 through June 25.
Uncultivated is also featured in the publication SCAN2GO, a printed catalogue of digital media art works produced by the College Art Association Services to Artists committee in collaboration with v1b3. The catalogue will represent the artworks by printed QR codes, which function to connect viewers to digital media art works by using a smart phone. The QR codes are linked to a web address/url that shows an art piece (sound art, video, code pieces or web art) that will be viewed on smart phones and camera enabled tablet computers.