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Kids rule, OK Explore the latest Artangel commission Frequencies by Oscar Murillo "Murillo initiated Frequencies in 2013 when he fixed canvases on the desks of schoolchildren in a few Colombian schools and allowed them to scrawl doodles and notes on them over the course of a term. Since then, more than 350 schools in 34 countries across the world have received these canvases. The scale of the project is such that Murillo has organised a Foundation to manage the archive. The results of this mass experiment – now gathered into the sports hall of Cardinal Pole Catholic School where they are organised by country and school – confound the viewer’s attempts at interpretation. Are these scrawled glyphs and messages – which resemble Surrealist automatic writing – artworks? If not, how do we distinguish this mode of creative production from the supervised self-expression that takes place in the art classroom?"
Kids rule, OK Explore the latest Artangel commission Frequencies by Oscar Murillo "Murillo initiated Frequencies in 2013 when he fixed canvases on the desks of schoolchildren in a few Colombian schools and allowed them to scrawl doodles and notes on them over the course of a term. Since then, more than 350 schools in 34 countries across the world have received these canvases. The scale of the project is such that Murillo has organised a Foundation to manage the archive. The results of this mass experiment – now gathered into the sports hall of Cardinal Pole Catholic School where they are organised by country and school – confound the viewer’s attempts at interpretation. Are these scrawled glyphs and messages – which resemble Surrealist automatic writing – artworks? If not, how do we distinguish this mode of creative production from the supervised self-expression that takes place in the art classroom?"
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