Interactive art opens at James Madison Park

A temporary, collectively woven hammock sculpture will stand for one month in James Madison Park, according to a statement from the city of Madison. This project is a collaboration between Angèle Nyberg, dancer and choreographer, and Ava Padilla, a three-dimensional artist working with locally sourced botanicals, and all who decide to participate. The public is invited to weave reclaimed, naturally dyed strips of fabric into an upright hammock wall. The opening ceremony for To Hold You takes place at James Madison Park on Sunday, Nov. 21, from 3–5 p.m. Weather permitting, the sculpture will remain standing in James Madison Park until Dec. 12, 2021.