Tezi Gabunia invites visitors to his art exhibit to interact with the paintings and add their perspective to his creations

Tezi Gabunia, an artist from the country Georgia, devised an interactive exhibit for visitors to help him complete his art. Gabunia created various life-sized paintings with the intent for viewers to interact with the art as they see fit, uniquely adding to his creations.

Pieces include a soccer ball, a man holding a rope and a flying pie going to one side of the painting. The paintings purposely look one-sided to encourage visitors to add their perspective to the art, such as a person reacting to getting hit in the face with the pie or having a group engage in a tug of war with the man holding the rope. Because every new visitor can add something new to the art, the exhibit remains endlessly incomplete.

Gabunia's paintings are on display in the Tbilisi Art Museum, in the capital city of Georgia.

Tezi Gabunia

Tezi Gabunia, an artist from the country Georgia, devised an interactive exhibit for visitors to help him complete his art. Gabunia created various life-sized paintings with the intent for viewers to interact with the art as they see fit, uniquely adding to his creations.

Pieces include a soccer ball, a man holding a rope and a flying pie going to one side of the painting. The paintings purposely look one-sided to encourage visitors to add their perspective to the art, such as a person reacting to getting hit in the face with the pie or having a group engage in a tug of war with the man holding the rope. Because every new visitor can add something new to the art, the exhibit remains endlessly incomplete.