“Can art really inspire behavioral change? I think that may be even more challenging than creating changes in infrastructure, or changes in the way we approach city systems. How can artists participate in the process to motivate people to have significant behavioral changes in their own lives?”
How are public artists inspiring changes in systems, be they natural or built, civic or at the level of individual behavior? A short film about Minneapolis based environmental artist Christine Baeumler. Learn more about this project and join the conversation here: bit.ly/christinebaeumler
Created with support from The McKnight Foundation for the 30th Anniversary of their Artist Fellowship Program. Learn more here: stateoftheartist.org
Directed by Colin Kloecker and Shanai Matteson
Videography and Editing by Colin Kloecker
All music licensed under the Creative Commons:
“Flicker” by Origamibiro
“Tam+” by LJ Kruzer
"Spring Rain" by Aaron Ximm
“Countoff” by Learning Music
“Silhouettes” byThe OO-Ray
“Tam8+ei4“ by LJ Kruzer
Special thanks to Jennifer Menken, Mary Spivey, Kerry Morgan, Brent Lehman, and Steven Candy.
Shot on location at Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve, Works Progress Studio, Bell Museum of Natural History, and Theodore Wirth Park Quaking Bog in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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Bog Walk is licensed by Works Progress under the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share-Alike 3.0 License.