The Pavilion is holding a unique exhibition currently with an organization called Project Art Works, who set up an art studio for people with complex support needs. The exhibition holds pieces of artwork by these people who have selected their pieces, and engaged with the colours and the techniques that they had personally chosen. Their work is purely based on demonstrating creative freedom to people.
I thought the work was very clever and inspiring. I really liked how the artwork has been created with pure freedom and choice without any limitations. Although the artwork is not something that has inspired me in my project, it has influenced me in thinking about allowing your creativeness to create something without having too many ‘rules’.
The other exhibition that took place was the Schmuck, POP, bRIAN, Assembling in the 1960’s and 70’s who had no formal training of typography, graphic design or print production. The work of this was more inspiring to look at in the way that the pieces that was presented looked professional in the obvious way that you would have thought the artists knew what they were doing, if they were trained.