April Presentation at Horizon House

Wild Times: 3D Printing Rocks while Hiking from Mexico to Canada

Tuesday, April 24, 7:30 PM, Social Room and Forum, Horizon House

900 University St., Seattle

Join Susan Robb to hear about Wild Times, a project that merged 3D printing, social engagement, and a 2,680-mile thru-hike of the Pacific Crest Trail as a means of exploring wildness as a state of mind.

Susan’s work is an ongoing exploration of our emotional connection to place. It takes its form as sculpture, photography, video, performance, interventions, and socially engaged projects. For each work, she draws on sensory responses, creative direct action, and a re-purposing of forms, sites, and materials.

In 2013, Susan Robb received a Creative Capital grant to produce Wild Times. Robb has received many awards and grants, including the Americans for the Arts/Public Art Network Award, two Artist Trust Fellowships, a Pollack Krasner Fellowship, and a CityArtist Project Grant. She just completed writing the Center City Public Art Master Plan for the City of Seattle and currently serves as the first Artist-in-Residence for the City of Tacoma, where her work focuses on creative site-reclamation.


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