Bill Bollinger at The Fruitmarket Gallery Edinborough

A visit to this exhibition raised a few questions regarding The Art of Utopia…

A: How can the general public feel a part of an exhibition that speaks a language only academics can understand/ relate to.

B: How can they feel satisfied the work is worthy of their time.

C: How do they respond having tripped over the work as it is quite literally dangerous? (note rope/ floor piece).

I am keen to hear the views of Dr Fiona Bradley curator at Fruitmarket on this very interesting exhibition…

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1 Response to Bill Bollinger at The Fruitmarket Gallery Edinborough

  1. The lady in the documentary explains that it is important, powerful work. Though does not explain why. They are bold statements to leave with no justification. ?
    She calls it elementary and yet describes no use for this reference in the work.

    I remain neutral to this exhibition though tend to struggle in being satisfied that it holds real worth, especially to the young and uneducated. ?

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