Public Art Opening
Exhibition Poster, 2015
Working with Boston Center for the Arts, this signage for this public art installation that was installed around the installation and around Boston's Back Bay neighborhood to advertise its debut to the public.
The Boston Center for the Arts selected artist Amy Archambault as the BCA Summer 2015 Public Art Resident. During her ten-week residency, Archambault created inMotion: Memories of Invented Play, a large-scale, interactive structure that invites participants to uncommonly explore one of the most ubiquitous learned activities – riding a bicycle. Featuring a four-section interactive structure fabricated from construction materials, athletic equipment, bicycles and additional accessories, inMotion fuses together the ideas and visual dialogues rooted in childhood play, group exercise, constructed place/landscape, and the body as an extension of space.