Just in case you’re wondering what else can you do in our little red dot besides going to a bee farm or making your own kombucha, Lawrence Weiner’s “OUT OF SIGHT” exhibition (a hopscotch-inspired artwork for the Gen Z-ers and boomers to enjoy) will be displayed at National Gallery Singapore and The Arts House from 2 September 2021 to 14 October 2021.
Here, the artist takes us through the original one in the countries it has been exhibited in.
Pictured Above: This is a picture of teens in Melbourne responding to the “OUT OF SIGHT” journey by reflecting on their pasts to determine new paths for the future.
Teens from all walks of life in the National Gallery Victoria, Melbourne respond to the OUT OF SIGHT journey by reflecting on who they are, who they want to be – and how they aim to get there.
Members of Pérez Art Museum Miami’s Teen Arts Council share their thoughts on my exhibition, “Lawrence Weiner: OUT OF SIGHT”.
Chicago Park District hosted the first public art installation of “OUT OF SIGHT” at Maggie Daley Park in addition to 10 other parks throughout the city. The Chicago Park District invited the public to explore the outdoor installation and think creatively about the direction of their lives as they encounter the floor-based work.
The Perez Art Museum in Miami hosted performances atop the “OUT OF SIGHT” marelle which generated a conscious awareness and expanded knowledge of self and collective identity.
The Chicago Park District welcomed the public to explore “OUT OF SIGHT”, through creative thinking, playing, learning and various forms of inspiration.
Once you’re done with this story about Lawrence Weiner and the “OUT OF SIGHT” exhibition, click here to catch up with our September 2021 issue.
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