Ocqueoc Falls is a small waterfall in the northern woods of the lower peninsula of Michigan. This installation is Maggie Venn's interpretation of the movement, serenity, cleanliness and beauty of a remote area. It is created with found materials. She invites the viewer to become engaged with this work not only on the beautifully sensory level but intellectually as well. The intent is for the viewer to develop an appreciation for art that creates environments with waste and to cultivate attitudes about our collective responsibility for the world around us.
Go to Maggie Venn's page on ArtPrize's website for more information.