We all have our own way of interacting with art, and Lisa Watts has turned that interaction into an art form in itself.
At Exeter’s Spacex gallery, live artist Lisa will interact with the work of visual artist Lucy May.
During Lucy’s exhibition, Lisa will visit the gallery to perform and develop new work, inspired by the work.
The whole exhibition is called Skittish (that’s #Skittish to you Twitter bunnies), and sounds a whole lot more interesting that walking around stroking your chin.
There will also be a number of Lisa’s other works on show, including Snowgum (pictured), an ‘hour-long performance of magical actions using chewing gum’.
For more about the exhibition, including the dates Lisa will be developing new work at the Spacex, pop over to the gallery’s site.
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