Warhol Artist Workshop – Janet Lilo
Saturday 3 August 2013,
Wellington Foyer, Level 2
Help Auckland artist Janet Lilo create Pola-Pop City – a collaborative art work inspired by Warhol: Immortal.
Pola-Pop City: Artist’s statement
In response to the exhibition Warhol: Immortal, you are invited to help build a cardboard city to reflect Warhol's playful approach to artistic expression.
I will take Polaroid photos during the course of the day, which will be exhibited alongside the 3D works. Participants get to take away their image as a keepsake and art work inspired by Warhol Polaroid photographs of celebrities in the 20th century.
The goal of this event is to provide an engagingly fun activity that lets visitors build, make, and participate as artists, rather than just 'looking' at art in the traditional sense.
Find out about the Warhol: Immortal exhibition
About Janet Lilo
Auckland artist Janet Lilo describes herself as a ‘social commentator whose artistic documentary practice is grounded in the local while simultaneously being informed by global media and popular culture’.
Lilo’s work has been seen on billboards and bus stops, projected onto the sides of buildings, and displayed in shop fronts and backyards. She was the winner of the Creative New Zealand Contemporary Pacific Art Award in 2011.
Visit Janet Lilo’s website
Read about Janet Lilo on the Auckland Triennial website
Warhol Artist Workshop series
Help Wayne Youle create a video response to Warhol: Immortal on 14 July