Trespass: Uncommissioned Public Art

Updates from and letters to the editor

Marc & Sara Schiller

Marc and Sara Schiller have been instrumental in bringing contemporary Street Art to an audience that may have otherwise remained uninformed of the movement. Since 2001, they dedicated their site Wooster Collective to sharing their discoveries, “showcasing and celebrating ephemeral art placed on streets in cities around the world.” With this base, it has grown exponentially by way of alternative media and in providing connections within the community and outside of it. The first to sign on the project, they expertly curated the stunning photos of contemporary Street Art in Trespass.
They write, “It is a shared view of the world and the belief that small acts can make a difference that will be identified with this movement.”

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