Coryn Kempster & Julia Jamrozik x LAND Studio — Dialogue — Cleveland, USA
In a time of political and social disunity, Dialogue, a temporary art installation in the Cleveland Public Library’s Eastman Reading Garden, brings together both friends and strangers. With their new public artwork, artists Julia Jamrozik and Coryn Kempster hope to spark conversation outside the boundaries of individual comfort zones. Dialogue’s brightly colored interlaced sound tubes arranged in a 10-foot-tall and 50-foot-wide structure encourage communication and moments of spontaneous interaction.
Dialogue was conceived by Jamrozik and Kempster, Canadian artists and designers based in Buffalo, New York. Working together in a broad range of media, they endeavor to create spaces, objects, and situations that interrupt the ordinary in a critically engaging and playful way. Each year, Cleveland nonprofit LAND Studio partners with the Cleveland Public Library to bring creative, innovative, and thought-provoking works of art to the library’s Eastman Reading Garden.