Dada d'Adda, public installation and island tour, 12 pedestals/viewpoint locators from wood and acrylic paint, Cassano d’Adda, Italy, 2013 
Dada d’Adda is a public art installation and self-guided tour aiming to observe human observation of nature by imagining a parallel ecosystem of island culture, art, and ecology. The work is also a reponse to Nancy Holt’s 1972 outdoor installation, Missoula Ranch Locators: Vision Encompassed. In 2013 the project was part of the annual public art event, Ecoismi, sponsored by the city of Cassano d’Adda, Italy.





Dada d'Adda, public installation and island tour, kiosk in wood acrylic paint, laminated inkjet maps, Cassano d’Adda, Italy, 2013





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