Do I Know What I’m Doing? (2014)
I Know What I’m Doing
is was a project about the ties between mobility, adulthood and citizen identity. It was based on a premise that During the run of the exhibition art-viewers and art-workers may apply could have applied to ride (in an automobile) with a newly-licensed or learning driver. This experience was intended to publicly recognize s the journey in an individual’s learning process while putting all parties in a vulnerable, yet mutually supportive position. I Know What I’m Doing has been cancelled due to liability issues.
Do I Know What I’m Doing? is a project about liability issues. During the run of the exhibition Dillon de Give will work with a variety of experts in the fields of art and law in an attempt to create a document- an accessible legal resource. This document will be made available to organizations and artists who wish to understand the liability for works of art that connect the gallery environment to the world outside the walls of the gallery.
Letter regarding the cancellation of the first phase of the project.
Public discussion. (Image courtesy of EFA Project Space)
A document that summarizes my research into the subject of liability insurance and social practice art is being produced. It will be posted here when it is finished.
Failing To Levitate at Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts. Curated by Natasha Marie Llorens and Kerry Downey. A full list of Thank yous will be added upon completion of the document.