Posted on June 10, 2014
Push Play installation view, Arcadia University Art Gallery, 2014 © Aaron Igler and Greenhouse Media
Edith Newhall for The Inquirer recently wrote an in depth review of Push Play at the Arcadia University Art Gallery. About the exhibition, Newhall writes:
“I played Ping-Pong with an enthusiastic gallery visitor, tossed dice on a game board to determine my future, and went up and down on a seesaw. Had no one else been in the gallery, I might have picked up an electric guitar. It’s frighteningly easy to tap into your inner adolescent (I also played video games). Push Play is a reminder that art and fun have never been mutually exclusive.”
Newhall goes on to give detailed descriptions of works by Cory Arcangel, David Shrigley, Yoko Ono, and Allan McCollum and Matt Mullican, among others.
To read the full article, please click here.