Tuesday, 3 January 2012

Look Now, See Forever

Since the age of 10, artist Yayoi Kusama has been putting polka dots in her drawings.


As part of her new exhibition at the GOMA, Brisbane, Kusama's interactive installation 'The Obliteration Room' gives other children the chance to apply their own polka dots to a blank canvas.



(via Laughing Squid)

9 comments :

  1. Lois, you always come up with the best, most imaginative links.

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  2. Jan, I can only imagine how wonderful it must have been to enter that white room and start adding spots of colour. Brilliant fun!

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  3. It's not only for children. I went to this exhibition twice already and added more dots!! :) It's wonderful!
    Yayoi Kusama is 82 y.o. and her work is so energetic, powerful and full of vivid colours (and dots) - quite amazing....!

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  4. That's amazing to be that old and still have such brilliant ideas! Great idea this white room ...

    Really like the first picture of the artist and did I tell you I like the new with in your blog?

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  5. I would love to visit this exhibition!

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  6. She is full of humour that translates into fun and beauty--or the other way around, fun that translates into beauty and humour...!

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  7. Fantastic! Brilliant idea! Thanks for the link!!

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