Museums, as educational facilities, shape our views of the world. They influence how we think and behave. Objectivity: a constellation of ideas, objects, and people aims to rethink the way of museum knowledge-shaping, as well as to delve into the top-down knowledge hegemony of museums and art galleries. The exhibition features ten anonymous ready-made objects from David Usborne Collection and two workshop events that encourage viewers to define, name selected works in exhibition space, and discuss, label objects in two workshops. It intended to increase people’s attention on how the ready-made labels are built, as well as on the mode of operation of knowledge distribution behind the institution.
poster of the exhibition
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