Good Faith & Fair Dealing is an interactive sculpture by artist Risa Puno that is based on the classic maze game Labyrinth. In this larger version, two participants have identical mazes and equal control of the same tilting surface, so they must decide whether to cooperate and guide both balls to their respective goals, or to play as opponents with possibly competing agendas.
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Risa Puno is an New York-based sculpture and installation artist who uses interactivity and play to understand how we relate to one another. Puno grew up in Louisville, Kentucky, and studied art and medicine at Brown University, Providence, RI, and earned her MFA from New York University. She has exhibited with national and international organizations including The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT; Socrates Sculpture Park, El Museo del Barrio, NURTUREart, and The Bronx Museum of the Arts, all in New York, NY; SPACES, Cleveland, OH; Galerie Stefan Röpke, Cologne, Germany; and MMX Open Art Venue, Berlin, Germany. Puno is the recipient of multiple awards and residencies, and she has been commissioned to make public art by the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation and the Rose Kennedy Greenway, Boston, MA. Most recently, she was selected by Creative Time to create their inaugural Open Call project. Puno’s work has been featured across radio and print, including The New York Times, NPR, The New Yorker, ProPublica, and The Boston Globe. She currently serves on the NYC DOT Art Advisory Committee.