For an instant, watching or viewing a play being performed live gives the viewer a different experience from when one is reading the same play from a book. In artwork exhibition, the viewer is can have a physical description of the piece. It allows a closer look for a piece of art; thus, giving a real attitude and emotional reaction to the piece and one can see it more clearly.
When I attended the exhibition of at ArtPrize of Always Nowhere by Liz Roberts, I was able to broaden my horizon and gained unique insights of the piece and the diversity of cultures. The piece was in the second from of the Grand Rapids Art Museum. At the exhibition, there were quite a number of beautiful and great pieces of artworks from various artists, but Always Nowhere capture my attention for its creativity and artistic features. In the ArtPrize, I could listen to the views of other viewers on various art pieces; look at the facial expression on the pieces they were viewed in order to understand what they thought of the piece. Always Nowhere was a breathtaking piece; many viewers seemed to be carried away by this amazing piece. The pieces made me feel as though I saw something different from what I heard and read. It was the best-time-based artwork I had such high emotions of joy while viewing it. The piece gave me a peaceful and calm experience under the guidance and endorsement of the thematic exhibition. It was a very welcoming moment to view all this incredible piece of arts from the finest artists in the region. Always Nowhere gives me an imaginative sense of space and memory, with an impact of the presence.
Always Nowhere is a road movie that depicts that no one can go anywhere. It is an experiential video sculpture, which transposes windows for screens thus evoking the dichotomies that occur when one is riding in a car (MLive 1). Through the inherently cinematic driving experience, we are together, but feeling alone - we are sited still, however, moving and