Artists and good friends, Seth Neefus and Mark Warren Jacques are creating a mobile installation where art can be viewed within a context that highlights and shares their ideals and lifestyle. This modular mobile art center will showcase their collaborative and individual artworks, video and musical performances, welcoming the viewer into this shared experience. They will also offer insight into this process and journey through an exhibition catalogue. Ultimately, visitors to the Free Life Center will be encouraged to find creativity, optimism, and freedom in their own lives.
The large scale Free Life Center structure will be built primarily of salvaged/reclaimed materials and will emanate the artists’ well crafted, homespun aesthetic, viewed both from the outside and inside. Free Life Center will be shown not only in traditional gallery/museum spaces, but will also be installed in natural environments beyond the typical viewing context.
Inspired by growth through adventure, at each location along the tour the artists will be curating guest performances, workshops, jam sessions, drawing parties, dinner parties, beer drinking, and all around good times. The artists believe that ultimately through the process of conceptualizing, constructing, and traveling with Free Life Center, the structure and its contents will resonate with creativity, optimism and freedom, thus leaving the viewers with not only the image but the feeling of the free life.