‘To play is to enter a realm of wonder and spontaneous activity, of open-ended thinking, of chance and of discovery. It is to question, to turn upside-down, to surprise – and it is uninhibitedly joyous. Yet to play is also to engage with the objects in play, to work within a structure and to bounce against the rules – as in playing a game or improvising musically.
For visual artist Michelle Le Dain to play as an artist is a mode of practice by which her installations enter, engage with and yes, absolutely have fun with architectonic space’.
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