John O'Hare: site-responsive artworks & projects

The Roadside Museum is an experimental project examining the feasibility and/or desirability of fast forwarding the ageing process of artists' work through biological and chemical decay.
Artists were selected to bury their work on a farm in the north of England. Artworks were buried unprotected in a roadside field at a depth of 6 feet. The site was chosen due to its location in a high water table with acidic soil which, it was hoped would accelerate the degradation process.
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Contact: John O'Hare freespaceprojects (at) gmail (dot) com


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 Economies of Resistance
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