Lose yourself along the way

‘Lose yourself along the way’ plays against our natural tendencies towards a sense of equilibrium. Is symmetry the ideal state of balance? Should all elements be in their correct proportions? Do things exist best as pure, pristine and immaculate? What causes us not to fall?

Conceived of a mishmash of loosely connected experiments fleeting or concrete, this exhibition invites viewers to contribute and participate through the act of bringing an object/artwork/text, and placing it anywhere in the space, allowing the objects to engage with the installation and the surrounding space itself.

‘Lose yourself along the way’ is a playful take against the typical advice often given us: ‘Don’t lose yourself along the way’. As with life itself, perhaps it is through the lack of equilibrium that we find a greater sense of balance.

Object contributions from the public: