"do it" is a curatorial project originally concevied by curator Hans Ulrich Obrist based on a simple proposition: "Create an instruction that someone else can use to make an artwork." In "do it UGA," graduate students at the Dodd select different sets of instructions that will guide their making. The exhibition investigates how instruction-based art privileges themes of variation and authenticity and encourages creative acts of interpretation. Artists in the exhibit include: Michael Benedetti, Joe Camoosa, Allan Innman, Courtney McCracken, Ry McCullough, Hilary Shcroeder, & Janelle Young. Curated by Dodd art history graduate students Brooke Leeton and Linnea West.
Read more about the exhibition here.