Wednesday, 10 February 2010

Applying the private/public in relation to objects

The plan for this semesters shelf development is to use objects that relate to my experience or have an association with a memory but also display them with objects that may have little or no relevance to any memory or experience. The only relation these more abstract objects may have is purely aesthetic in my vision of the final piece. By using these abstract unrelated objects in conjunction with objects that have meaning to me, they will break up the narrative that the viewer may be trying to uncover. Playing with the ideas of the public and private, sharing some information but creating a barrier from the viewer ever understanding the history or meaning of an individual object.

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