The Kefi project is an organization dedicated to the creation of public art within the Vanderbilt campus. The project unites creative individuals within the Vanderbilt community to rethink how users of the campus interact with their environment.
Sometimes the most basic aspects of life can be the source for great musical inspiration. Stretching two octaves high, Kefi creates a musical staircase, for the artist in all of us.
Composed of over 2,228 plastic water bottles collected from the Vanderbilt campus, the three installations that make up Bottled explores the many components of this liquid integral to our existence.
You will find them in the bathroom, in the elevators, or by the stairway. The best part is that you don’t have to search for them - we’ve done all the hard work. This is poetry where poetry isn’t “supposed” to be.
Any undergraduate and graduate can join the Kefi Project. Fill out the membership application and we'll tell you about the next steps.
Have a project in mind to submit to the organization? Tell us what you think is possible and we'll take it from there.
The Kefi Project relies on the support of the Vanderbilt Community to make each project a reality. Donations of any size make a big difference to bringing each exhibit to life.