Public Art —
Dubbed the “Dream Machine,” this stylish Airstream evolved as a working prototype of how art could be introduced into every aspect of domestic life. Designed for the brand weR2 which works with artists to design everyday objects for the home, with the aim of making art a part of everyday life and not an exclusive and exclusionary field, every object in the space was made by practicing and emerging artists.
The Dream Machine made its debut at the Aldrich Museum, in Ridgefield, Connecticut, and had further stops at Art Basel Miami at Art Untitled, and at the Parrish Museum in Watermill, Long Island, where it hosted conceptual artist Mary Ellen Carroll’s work Public Utility 2.0 which utilized unused television frequencies as a 21st-century form of Land Art.
Now in private hands, the Dream Machine lives on as an art-filled itinerant home.