Artist Talk: Carley Rickles, 5/1 (Registration Required)

May 1, 2020


Register for the free Zoom talk HERE.

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Carley Rickles is an Atlanta-based artist, designer, and researcher. Her works have been accepted as art, (landscape and urban) architecture, scholarship, and social practice. Rickles’ projects focus on relationships between everyday life and the built environment. Her work is informed by her methodical process which includes field research, documentation, and probed analysis. Recent projects explore the construction of “alternative public space” and “residual space,” experiential design, and the performative aspects of field work. Rickles holds a bachelor degree in landscape architecture from the University of Georgia and a master of science in urban design from Georgia Tech. Rickles is a 2020-2022 creatives project artist-in-residence at the Goat Farm.


*Optional* pre-circulated reading: For curious attendees, Carley has shared an essay that influenced her approach to field work, available to read here: Curious Methods by Karen Lutsky and Sean Burkholder

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