Rebecca Heaton on Art and Design Education

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Hayward Gallery Light Show Review

Audience perceptions were challenged by the complexity of experiences on offer. Toying with all senses the exhibition evoked mixed reactions. Enthralled by the intuitive nature of one child’s comments on the work of Jim Campbell; in which it was noted that light replicated the moving image, I further consolidated my opinion of the value of listening to pupil voice when exposed to art in a gallery context. Galleries can allow children to access a platform of expression, which is equal to that of any other individual, enabling them to question and extend their knowledge and understanding of the world.

This was a truly breathtaking exhibition uniting exploration into capitalism, consumerism and the relationship between human interaction and light in our unquantifiable world!

 

 

 

 

2 Responses to Hayward Gallery Light Show Review

  1. Helen says:

    Becki, this looks like a really inspiring show. I love the idea of sculpting with light and space and being able to move around within the installations. Great to hear that you can still get tickets on the day!
    Helen

  2. Smithc488 says:

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