Zot Artz adaptive tools and assistive technology transform wheelchairs into huge paintbrushes or chalk drawers, creating large or small works of art, indoors or out. Children of all abilities and ages can stamp, draw, and print to make their mark. It's all play, but they learn, explore and develop skills while having fun together.
Shinji Turner-Yamamoto is a Japanese environmental artist who creates site specific work. His piece, Disappearances: An Eternal Journey, created for an abandoned space in Grand Rapids, Michigan, won the 2011 Artprize International Juried Award. Working with limestone, gypsum and dust, Turner-Yamamoto fabricates a poetic space where he emphasizes an intersection between what is hewn by nature and what is shaped by man.