Monday, August 11, 2014

Ready, Set, Draw....With Your Head...And Feet



Not that I've been to many, but this is by far my most favourite interactive art gallery programme to date.

Designed by Erika Zorzi and Matteo Sangalli of Mathery Studio and held at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, this immersive spatial and very tactile project titled Pastello-Draw Act encourages everyone (ok, mainly kids, but I had to get in on the fun too) to use their heads, feet and yes, hands to draw anything they like with these giant colourful crayons - some of which are strapped to helmets and clogs.

There are also few things more hilarious than seeing your goddaughter in a faux snow leopard coat drawing circles with her head encased in a bike helmet spiked with protruding crayons.

(I also love the photo of her brother sporting the same helmet above a sagging hairnet.  Hours of amusement.)


Open daily till 31 August 2014 at the Ground Level. Free admission.
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