‘Common Knowledge and Learning Curves’ is the first Australian institutional solo exhibition by Keg de Souza. The exhibition explores the artist’s ongoing interest in the ways we teach and learn. With a focus on the ways in which space informs teaching and learning, Keg utilises the familiar aesthetics of a classroom in unexpected ways. Traditional schoolroom objects, such as chalkboards, uniforms and award ribbons, are used as architecture to divide the gallery into moveable spaces.
Visitors are invited to interact with these sculptural forms, ensuring the exhibition becomes a space where ideas and actions can emerge through play and experimentation.