Landscape Architecture Professor Rebecca Krinke will be in Fargo, ND, next Tuesday, November 8th, at 7PM, to give a public lecture on her public art work titled "The Emotional Landscape." Krinke will discuss her recent participatory public artworks that explore place and emotion, with a focus on her recent project, The Mapping of Joy and Pain. Place and emotion are strongly intertwined, but often overlooked, when thinking about cities, design, and people's experiences.
"My talk will also include a participatory event for the audience to try out a 'writing of joy and pain,'" said Krinke.
Krinke's talk is sponsored by the Plains Art Museum and City of Fargo. For more information, visit the Plains Art Museum's website here.
Krinke's work was recently written about in the magazine Places, from Design Observer. You can read more on their website here.