Hannelie takes groups of people to view her public art in Fordsburg, Braamfontein and Maboneng in Johannesburg, South Africa.
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In my practice as a public visual artist I aim to find ways to improve environmental systems. It’s a twofold approach. First I take time to make artworks in public spaces to explore the site and listen to the community that pause to see what I am doing. This initial information gathering phase creates a neutral platform where curious community members can engage. It could lead to their involvement in the later phases of the project. This is when the second phase starts. Once I have identified some kind of environmental congestion or contamination I find professional collaborators such as scientists, urban planners, environmentalists and suitable financial means to alleviate the congestion. Re-generative design principals are applied holistically to make multi-functional public art.
Functional artworks benefits society at large whilst simultaneously connecting disciplines which have been working independently. The business model encourages social entrepreneurial collaboration as seen in natural eco-systems.