March 26 to May 28, 2011
Almost Everything is an exhibition of Griffin’s large scale drawings examining the relationship between individuals and the consumer objects they surround themselves with. The drawings function similar to advertisements, isolating the objects and presenting them as goods of want, desire and consumption. Most of the items are common household objects. Others are luxury items connected to status or the desire to satisfy a particular need. The exhibition is an opportunity for viewers to contemplate how they value, respond to and build relationships with the things around them. Whether conscious of it or not, all of these items build on individual and social identity.
Curated by Craig Willms
View images of the exhibition here.
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