MOCO'12: the skatepark as fine art installation
by Harry / January 1, 2013

For a subject that we rarely touch on, skateboarding was popular on MOCO in the summer of 2012. In June with a dramatic category defining design, and in July as an art form.

The world's first large scale skateable sculptural installation, Skateable Sculpture by Rich Holland, was shown at the Kiasma Museum of Modern Art in Finland (itself a work of art by Steven Holl). The sculpture, set in a museum gallery, was actually skateable. A fitting follow-on to June's Stair Rover, a skateboard that opens urban architecture to more skateboarding, Skateable Sculpture highlighted the increasing tension surrounding rights to public space.

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