A Very Special Exhibit Not To Be Missed Certainly Not

The Claudia McGill Museum of Things Claudia McGill Picks Up From the Street When She Is Just Going Along Being Claudia McGill and Doing Claudia McGill Things

is pleased to announce a special exhibit entitled:

The Rubber Band As Something Worth Looking At If There Are Enough of Them in One Place To Look At: Spiritual and Material Aspects of an Object You Might Otherwise Ignore

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Curated by Claudia McGill, these excellent examples of rubber band-ness were accumulated over a period of time by the collector (Claudia McGill). In their original state, they mostly secured grocery items, although there are also some examples from the postal service and miscellaneous sources.

They are displayed in a lovely glass enclosure (donated by Claudia McGill especially for this exhibition) formerly used in the floral industry.

Take time to savor the experience of really delving into the symbolism and the mystery of the rubber band. The photos depict four possible views – our museum assistant (Claudia McGill) rotated the glass enclosure one-quarter turn at a time. But of course, there is an infinite number of views, which is another aspect of this fascinating exhibit worth contemplating.

Enjoy.

More on the Claudia McGill Museum Etc. Etc. Etc. – Here.

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9 thoughts on “A Very Special Exhibit Not To Be Missed Certainly Not

  1. Robert McGill

    U R too Much!! (that is good!!!) I particular like the black and white overhead shot. That and your personal explaination of the exhibit.
    xoxo

  2. dorandana

    I don’t know how I missed the museum opening….perhaps I was too caught up in the holidays…..but now that I’ve roamed the exhibits, I must say that the museum made an excellent choice in Ms. McGill as its curator!

  3. Claudia McGill Post author

    She’ll be so pleased to hear this. She works hard at keeping true to the mission of the museum and in particular, always having her eyes open for the acquisition of new works!

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