Madeline Isakson
 Have you ever tried to be something you're not in order to fit in? Have you ever tried so hard to fit in that you actually stand out more...but not in a good way? It seems people can tell when you're not being authentic, you're insecure. that you aren't bringing anything new to the table. This fear can be so consuming that it stifles your creativity.    In Plain Sight   is an installation about this hesitancy to stand out. A camouflaged  room filled with imperfect furniture trying to blend in, be normal, but in doing show their flaws are only accentuated.    In Plain Sight   was a solo show at Format Gallery in Adelaide, South Australia

In Plain Sight

 Have you ever tried to be something you're not in order to fit in? Have you ever tried so hard to fit in that you actually stand out more...but not in a good way? It seems people can tell when you're not being authentic, you're insecure. that you aren't bringing anything new to the table. This fear can be so consuming that it stifles your creativity.    In Plain Sight   is an installation about this hesitancy to stand out. A camouflaged  room filled with imperfect furniture trying to blend in, be normal, but in doing show their flaws are only accentuated.    In Plain Sight   was a solo show at Format Gallery in Adelaide, South Australia

Have you ever tried to be something you're not in order to fit in? Have you ever tried so hard to fit in that you actually stand out more...but not in a good way? It seems people can tell when you're not being authentic, you're insecure. that you aren't bringing anything new to the table. This fear can be so consuming that it stifles your creativity.

In Plain Sight is an installation about this hesitancy to stand out. A camouflaged  room filled with imperfect furniture trying to blend in, be normal, but in doing show their flaws are only accentuated.

In Plain Sight was a solo show at Format Gallery in Adelaide, South Australia

1 Madeline Isakson, In Plain Sight, 2017, installation view, Format Gallery, Adelaide. Photography by Christopher Arblaster. Courtesy the artist.jpg
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