SOUTHSEA GREEN EXHIBITION p.8

In ‘Exhibition’ by Lucy Steeds, Peter Osbourne is quoted in using the term “Constructive Intent” in regards to exhibitions not just being a display of the aesthetic, but a creation in itself, a construction of a space with intent to probe discussion, debates and ideas. Exhibitions do not exist to make the audience question how […]

ONION ILLUSTRATIONS p.5

Progressing on from the pen on card illustrations, I wanted to introduce colour into the work. Bold, primary colours to make the drawings stand out against any background, which will be needed within the Southsea Green exhibition as there will be a lot going on surrounding the work. I was also hoping to exhibit some […]

SOUTHSEA GREEN EXHIBITION p.7

Obrist’s ‘Kitchen’ exhibition is of huge influence for this exhibition. The mix between Art and Reality and Art and Life. The artists involved in the exhibition did not alter the space they were provided with, rather they adapted to it, they injected their work within the kitchen and became part of the room – part […]

SOUTHSEA GREEN EXHIBITION p.6

Hopefully by having this more approachable and interactive exhibition it will allow more dialogue about the Art. The visitor can feel confident to ask questions in an informal manner within the venue with no pressure to understand or feel intimidated by the artwork of space. “An in-between situation that linked art, design, architecture, bringing people […]

SOUTHSEA GREEN EXHIBITION p.5

Lucy Lippard was interested in the concept of Art not neceserily existing in physical form. It coul dbe a social event, the life found within cities and communities. “Transform the activity of Art making into something experienced daily by the inhabitants of the cities […] taking artwork outside of the museum system […] into the […]

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