Installations play a major role in many of our artists’ exhibitions and contribute to the projection of their aesthetic immensely. The three-dimensional, site specific ‘environments’ transform the interior spaces of White Walls, Shooting Gallery, and 941Geary, to address all senses in order to enhance the viewers’ overall experience. Each viewer brings personal thoughts, experiences, and perceptions, leaving the artist to mold everything else.
Often times, installations are built with everyday, natural materials chosen for their evocative qualities and are designed to exist temporarily only in the space for which they were created. Also, found objects not needing artistic skill in their production, are used in order for the idea of the installation to take precedence. An example of this can be seen in Dabs Myla’s installation for Young & Free, Comtemporary Australian Street Artists at 941Geary. The items used were picked up at local flea markets and reworked to project their point of view.
Recent notable White Walls installations include:
Recent notable Shooting Gallery installations include:
Recent notable 941Geary installations include:
‘Guerilla streets’ in group show, Young & Free, Contemporary Australian Street Artists
Stay tuned for we have some amazing upcoming shows planned, many of which will include exciting installation work.
You Might Also Like: