Fallen Fruit’s new Site-specific installation for 21c at Proof On Main on view through 2018.
David Burns and Austin Young/Fallen Fruit, (American)
The Practices of Everyday Life, 2016
Mixed media, including wallpaper, painting, prints, and found objects
“Fallen Fruit’s immersion …
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PLANT, MAP, AND SHARE FRUIT!
The Endless Orchard is a collaborative movement of citizens transforming …
Fallen Fruit of Portland!
Join us for a day of free events and site specific artworks created by artist collaborative Fallen Fruit (David Burns and Austin Young), Natalie Ball, Bill Cravis, Bruce Conkle, Tahni Holt…
MOTHERPATCH by Fallen Fruit:
with the Coleman Center for the Arts (CCA) and the people from YORK.
Saturday, August 22nd from 10 AM to 12 PM
The Harvest Celebration of Motherpatch, a new public art project by Fallen Fruit .…
Urban Fruit Trails! Fallen Fruit’s public artwork extends to Riverside!
Urban Fruit Trails is a network of walking trails, populated with fruit trees and planted, tended, and harvested by the public. Anyone can become a part of this project collaborate …
Here are some of our favorite projects from 2014:
SKIRBALL CULTURAL CENTER: Fallen Fruit of Love
curated by Lindsey Lehtinen
The residency project for the Skirball Cultural Center focused on Jewish Heritage and in the archives of the institution we …