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Infinite Clearance

Infinite Clearance, 2017 Pin by Scott Froschauer.

The pin based on his deep Playa installation at Burning Man 2017

Froschauer employs a strategy akin to “culture jamming,” a practice of using familiar elements of the urban environment such as commercial advertising (or in this case, DOT signs) to offer social critique. By transforming the messages on these street signs from prohibitive to life-affirming or comic language, Froschauer seeks to spread Burning Man’s Ten Principles while inciting people to look for magic in the world around them.

His work is featured in Museums including the 2018 exhibit No Spectators at the Smithsonian’s Renwick Gallery in Washington D.C.

Maker: Scott Froschauer Burning Man 2017 Private Collection of Paul Delathauwer Media: Casted
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