Offices aren't always thought of as places that induce artistic creativity, but the 'International Office Art Biennale' is hoping to change that conception with its exhibition. The series features art from offices, casting the net broadly to include both official art sanctioned by companies and buildings as well as art surreptitiously created by employees on company time.
Since offices don't usually encourage employees to work on art projects (in fact, most offices probably actively discourage such behavior,) the art that does get made is perhaps even more compelling. After all, art that is made because of a compulsion, a deep need, is always more interesting than art for any other reason. The International Office Art Biennale is full of such pieces.
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The 'International Office Art Biennale' Features Employee Art
- By: Joey HaarNov 17, 2016