Love Me, Love Me engages with romantic dialogues as examples of intersubjective language that are repeatedly played out across pop cultural formats.
The central work in the exhibition, Give Me All Your Love (2019), consists of an appropriated lyric from a love song, re-presented as an installation of hand-punched confetti suspended between clear acrylic letters.
Installed alongside balloons and streamers, the confetti aims to capture a moment in time and evoke the simultaneous feelings of anticipation and disappointment that are associated with confessions of love. The work appropriates lyrics in order to explore ambiguity around the subjects of romantic confession in popular music: who is being addressed? In their open meaning these lyrics become an opportunity for the projection of our own desires.
Love Me, Love Me Exhibition
Metro Arts, Brisbane
27 February – 16 March 2019