Our image examines the polemics of social-economic status and art. Over the last century art has been commoditized and ‘sold’ as an elitist activity. As such, art is often enjoyed by only the privileged few. As testament to this fact, most edifices of culture are fortress-like buildings that conceal rather than reveal.
ART IS FOR EVERYONE seeks to invert the socio-economic exclusivity of art, opting instead for museums that give art back to the people and blur the boundaries between that which is contained from that which is un-contained.
This was recently chosen as a winning entry for the ‘To Be Destroyed’ competition.