wild cards

Wild cards [noun]

  1. a playing card that can have any value, suit, colour, or other property in a game at the discretion of the player holding it.
  2. a person or thing whose influence is unpredictable or whose qualities are uncertain.
  3. low-likelihood, high-impact surprises.

Wild cards can be framed in many ways, be it personal, social, political, professional, environmental, domestic, humanistic, cultural or the like. This project asks for responses to the notion of wild cards via a site-specific installation/residency at Land Gallery. Responses can be made during the residency on Thursday, 26 or Friday, 27 May, between 12-5 pm or online via the links belows.

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