Artworks are often said to be hung at eye-level and their dimensions made in response to, and compared with âhuman scale', a one size fits all, collective approach which is not applicable to the individual - Who's human scale? Who's eye-level?
Developed through PHD research, and taking cues from seminal art works of the 1960's and 70's, concerned with how objects are positioned in space and our bodily response to them, Juliet Robson will present new works in the gallery space and invite visitors to collaborate in their construction. By utilising the diverse range of their physicalities and individual fields of vision including those of children, wheelchair users and adults, she will explore what is revealed about how we, as individuals negotiate space and percieve our environment.
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