Civic.space are happy to announce a new public art commission for Wayne State College, Nebraska.
Shaker, a magical yet seldom seen machine used for nut harvesting becomes a sculptural form filling the gallery.
A large sculptural monolith that displays texts that tell stories about time.
Some of the completed sculptures.
Walczak & Heiss have won the commission for Public Art at the University of California, Chico.
We have a new domain name that’s easy: http://civic.space
We have won the commission for Public Art for the gardens of the Berry Center, Wyoming.
Johanna has written and illustrated some of Walczak & Heiss’s favorite cocktails.
Wes and Nik Nikolov collaborated to create a playhouse.
Our project : fourteenth street overlay has been completed.
Some renderings for the manual of the various optical instruments and their innards.
Marek organised a large exhibition in a huge mill in South Sweden called “Instrument”.
We are interviewed by the Untitled Art Show radio station about our project on 14th Street.
For the opening of 14th Street Overlay Wes made a bunch of pink plastic key-fobs of the castings!
Working with Wes’s students, we created our first anamorphic installation.
Wes and Angie have a daughter called Tuesday Gray Heiss-Fraleigh! She’s amazing.
We created a website with a form so that people can enter their own thoughtballoons for the Central Park Recreation Center in Stapleton.
Marek & Wes worked with Jakub Segen on the Dialogtable at UMMA. Here is a podcast that explains the multi-user interactive table
Marek Walczak and Wes Heiss are honored to have been selected as the winning artists for our second permanent public art commission.
The UMMA’s Dialogtable won the GOLD for the 2010 Muse Awards for Interactive Kiosks.
Along with 4 other artist, Walczak & Heiss were selected as finalists for a public art commission by the City of Denver. In the next few months we will be generating a proposal for presentation in mid-July.
Walczak & Heiss are delighted to be selected for the Central Park Recreation Center in Stapleton, Colorado.
Marek Walczak and Wes Heiss will both be participating in Shadow & Light, an upcoming exhibition in Lovestad, Sweden curated by Marek Walczak.
Marek Walczak and Wes Heiss are delighted to be one of 4 artists selected as finalists for the Stapleton Central Park Recreation Center public art commission. We will be presenting two proposals on April 6th 2010.