Or how to break up the mundane process of application proposals…
As a way of breaking up the boredom of putting together proposals and applications, I found myself considering what my work might look like scaled-up and installed in museums and galleries around the world.
Part of the process of creating proposals or applications for exhibitions is to do a mock-up design. Photoshopping my work into the images of galleries helps me get a feel for how my work could fit into a gallery. These mock-ups also give the selection committee of a gallery a better sense of what I could do for them and the viewer. I’m “usually realistic” choosing a gallery or residency when sending out submissions. But for the images presented as my new ongoing project Installation Interventions, I’m throwing out all the stops.
Inside the newly designed Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. Orange with Jeff Koons, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Nam June Paik. Sorry Peter Halley, I like your work but you were edited out to make room for Orange.
Henry Moore/Andrew MacDonald. Installation at the Art Gallery Of Ontario. It’s Not The End Of The World It Just Seems That Way with Atom Piece (Working Model for “Nuclear Energy”)