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Mobility

Hello,

You must be here because you’ve either seen or heard about the Mobility Exhibition at Picnic and would-like to know more. Great!

Bellow is a form for submitting any questions or suggestions you might have (some of which may actually change the exhibition) !

Answers will be displayed on this page, so maybe have a quick look incase someone already had that thought.

Thanks,

Jason


 

Not required if you'd rather stay anonymous. Nick-names are fine too
If you have something to ask or say about the exhibition Id be happy to give you more information and potentially change the work based on your feedback.

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Question 1



“What does the title mean ?”

The word Mobility was picked because it links quite a few themes in the show. One of which has to do with how the position of an object changes the way we think about it

Galleries have the ability to change or exaggerate the meaning of objects, Wether that object is a painting or a plastic eyeball! It’s interesting to me how an object can remain physically the same but mean something entirely different just because it’s next to something new.

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Question 2



Anna Asks:


“Has knowing the work will be displayed in a shopping center changed the way you approached

making it?”

The accessibility of art is something I think about a lot. The great thing about Picnic gallery is that people will stumble across it who don’t necessarily get the chance to look at contemporary art often.

I tend to make things that are colourful (and in some ways a bit silly), but knowing there will be lots of kids walking by the gallery; colour is probably something Ive made more prominent in this show.

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Question 3

What does the time on the clock mean?

Its just telling the time :-)