Robin Schwartzman, Duck Duck What?
“. . . playfully reveals the demographics of those visiting the South Loop during the week of the Super Bowl 52.”
Duck Duck What?
Duck Duck What? plays off of a game that if you grew up in Minnesota, you probably called Duck Duck Gray Duck, but if you grew up in any other state, you’d call Duck Duck Goose. Borrowing from the idea of the scoreboard, participants can hit a giant button to vote for Gray Duck or Goose. The piece will keep track of all the votes throughout the duration of the event and playfully reveal the demographics of those visiting the South Loop during the week of the Super Bowl 52.
Robin Schwartzman creates playful, large-scale public art. She is best known for her installations featured at Northern Spark, the Walker Art Center and the Indianapolis Museum of Art, to name a few. Schwartzman’s obsession with play has led her to take inspiration from amusement parks and miniature golf around the world.
Illuminate South Loop
Duck Duck What? is part of Illuminate South Loop, a three-day event at Bloomington Central Park (8100 33rd Avenue South) in Bloomington’s South Loop District from February 1 – 3, 2018. This creative placemaking initiative focuses on leveraging the power of the arts, culture and creativity to engage the community.