Kurt Perschke is an artist residing in Brooklyn, New York City who works in sculpture, video, collage and public space. The Red Ball project is a traveling public art piece by Kurt Perschke. Considered “the world’s longest-running street art work” the piece has been to over 25 cities globally and moves through a city with a new site each day of the performance. Red Ball Project has taken place in Barcelona, St. Louis, Portland, Sydney, Arizona, Chicago and Toronto, and received a National Award from Americans for the Arts Public Art Network.
A RedBall has been avidly followed by the media, appearing in over one hundred media outlets including magazines, television, newspaper and radio. Kurt Working in a museum, gallery, and public settings, he pursues ideas about sculptural presence and the visualization of environments.
Here are some of the images of Redball project created by Kurt Perschke. Follow him on Instagram page @redballproject.