These washrooms, created by
Ellen Driscoll and Sandy Skoglund, were made possible by funding from
the Kohler Trust for the Arts and Education and Kohler Co. The altered
plumbing products were created by the artists in Arts/Industry, a
program of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center of Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
Arts/Industry makes available the industrial poery, iron and brass
foundry, and other facilities of Kohler Co. to artists so that they
may create works not possible in their own studios. The plumbing fixtures
installed in the Brown Fine Arts Center were donated by Kohler Co.
American, born 1946. Liquid
Origins, Fluid Dreams, 2002. Photographs by Jim Gipe.
Ellen Driscoll. American, born
1953. Catching the Drift, 2002. Photographs by Jim Gipe.
Features of the
as Functional Art
of the Artist Restrooms