Try and Try Again

Try and Try Again uses the space of the gallery to examine the act of artistic production. Using the ping pong ball as a metaphor for a kernel of an idea, bits of inspiration come from the heavens only to litter the landscape until they are recycled for another go. The work fills the space of the gallery and visitors (under no obligation) can interact with these bits how they like. They may even be struck with one directly. If they choose, anyone may pick a broom and systematically empty the room, reintroducing the precipitate into the structure bit by bit.

Press related to this exhibition:

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