Child-Created Living Room Art via 1000s of Colored Stickers


Instead of cleaning up after they crayon the walls, why not see what happens if you hand the kids a few thousand colorful dots and let things evolve from there?

That is precisely what artist Yayoi Kusama did at the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art – after he turned every last furnishing, fixture, wall and ceiling space in this faux living room into stark-white canvas to really let the subsequent work shine forth.

Incoming children were handed stickers and told to put them wherever they wanted – what unfolded is (surprisingly) almost more controlled than chaotic … at least up to a point. (Images by Mark Sherwood & Stuart Addelsee).

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