In the above project 'Experiential Declarations' 23 Participants scripted and declared an experience they will have in the future. Each taking place on November 1st 2012, these declarations frame the time, action and place of a specific experience.
Participants performed their scripts across distant locations, alone, yet connected to each other through this social/experiential project. A set of 100 baseball cards documenting the project are available. The project was hosted by RAYGUN PROJECTS.
Lee Walton is a US born artist based in Greensboro, North Carolina. Walton is an artist with an expanded practice that includes drawing, performance and social practice. Walton experiential art works employ system of rule, chance and open collaboration. Lee works with museums, institutions, universities and cities from around the world to develops participatory public events, leads workshops, exhibit and educate.
Walton is an Associate Professor of Art at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and Director of Interdisciplinary Art and Social Practice. He is currently co-developing the (GPS) Greensboro Project Space, a place that celebrates public life through art, culture and education. Walton’s experiential work is represented by Alexandra Lawson Gallery.