The exhibition talks about the feeling of being in-between worlds. It evokes the experience of wandering between spaces both real and imagined and explores the notion of how we hold on to the experience of a place. Also how we try to re-imagine our lost rituals and culture in a time of doubtful identity. In my practice I am interested in the interconnected nature of all things. How we are infected and affected by each-other...how we are shaped by experiences and places. How matter can…
**the idea of lots of small items clustered on strings at varying heights in a swooping continuous curve from one side of the club to the other** Hang photos of the first year of school as the Arts Night community installation art making activity
[Raw materials juxtaposed with refined elements are TRENDING. As are dress-up photo booths with fun props as promotions for exhibit booths / stands / events -area]. I also like the idea of habit a photo type booth in the shop.
What happens when you give thousands of kids thousands of colored dots in an all white room? The Obliteration Room-Interactive Art Exhibit // Queensland gallery of Modern Art // “Obliteration Room” by Yayoi Kusama;