Secrets, Boundaries and Video Games
May 28 to June 14, 2015

May 28 to June 14, 2015

 

An exhibition of teen artwork curated by The Bronx Museum Teen Council

 

As millennials we grew up under the influence of video games; they taught us all about secrets and boundaries. They showed us that secrets make the game interesting, and we learned how to destroy and build boundaries in order to access those secrets. Secrets and boundaries are significant because they make us human. In a world without secrets and boundaries, we would be unable to distinguish between our inner and outer selves. This exhibition showcases artwork that explores these themes alongside works from the museum's permanent collection.