Weekly art websites: Transient public art

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Art that's in the public eye one minute and gone the next. This week's selection of art websites looks at transient public art.

PaperGirl - http://www.papergirl-berlin.de/
An organization that hands out rolled-up artworks to random, unsuspecting people in the streets.

Andy Goldsworthy - http://www.rwc.uc.edu/artcomm/web/w2005_2006/maria_Goldsworthy/TEST/index.html
Images of works by British artist Andy Goldsworthy show how natural materials can be used to create beautiful but transient sculptures.

David Byrne: Playing the building - http://www.davidbyrne.com/art/art_projects/playing_the_building/
This installation by Scottish musician and artist David Byrne uses elements found in an abandoned building to create an intricate musical sound installation.

Ian de Gruchy - http://www.artprojection.com.au/html/urban.htm
Australian projection artist Ian De Gruchy transforms everyday architecture and blank walls into temporary works of art.

The Public Art Network - http://thepublicartnetwork.blogspot.com/
A blog dedicated to public art with some great examples of non-permanent artworks taking place across the globe.

The High Line - http://www.thehighline.org/about/public-art
The website for public art park, the High Line, with a constant selection of projects, conceptual works and installations made by international and local artists.

Dance Anywhere - http://www.danceanywhere.org/

An organization that encourages people to stop and dance in the street at a specific time once a year.