My definition of public art is the kind of art that solicits and involves participation of the public. This solicitation also assumes the offer of ownership of public art to the public (vs. an artist or an institution). In my experience, such art promotes practice of art within the community among people who typically wouldn’t think of it.
Below is a gallery of my public art. Events / exhibitions took place across Chicago, London and Berlin – the three cities that continuously lead innovative art for the people.