Artworks and artifacts
The International Free Expression Project commissions artworks, photographs, performances and other works of creative expression. It also collects artifacts related to free expression. To date, most of the artworks produced and artifacts collected have been inspired by the massive newspaper presses that used to rise 40 feet high in the pressroom of the former Pittsburgh Post-Gazette building in the U.S. city of Pittsburgh. IFEP plans to create in the pressroom a Marketplace of Ideas and International Center for Free Expression. Below are a few samples of works created for IFEP so far...
Click on the press worker below to view the augmented-reality video “Return to Your Post” by Christopher Ruane, which was awarded a Bronze Medal at the prestigious Tokyo International Foto Awards.
Christopher Ruane / "The Spirit Lives on In Your Work" / Augmented reality video
Rob Long / Clear Story / Facade projection for the 2018 First Amendment for the 21st Century conference
Imin Yeh / September 14, 2014 / Woodcut print 4'x3' / iminyeh.info
Bill Wade / Ink Room / Photograph / williamdwade.com
Jamie Earnest / PG Building / Acrylic, screen, ink / jamieearnest.com
April Friges / Newsprint Tension / Photograph / aprilfriges.com
William D. Wade / Pressroom Installation 1 / Photograph / williamdwade.com
Thom Goertel / Press Room - East View / Photograph / thomgoertel.com
John Shipley / Presses Measured / 3D laser imagery for Quantapoint
William D. Wade / Pressroom Installation 3 / Photograph / williamdwade.com