Public art often gets a bad rap – rightly or wrongly. Typically an artist is chosen, a piece is created, installed, and the only real public part is whatever reaction you have to it once it’s on display. Artist Kasia Ozga works differently.
She takes the public part of public art quite literally. Her latest project is a public art installation based on water at Carroll University in Waukesha, being installed with the public’s help and input at the university.