The Quorn Involuntary Painting Bus Shelter Photo Booth

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Paul Conneally
Quorn, Leicestershire, UK
September 2020

This is the first image made using the newly identified Quorn Involuntary Painting Bus Shelter Photo Booth.

The first formally identified Involuntary Painting Bus Shelter Photo Booth was the New Parks Involuntary Painting Photo Booth. This resulted in a series of portraits that were exhibited online and as transparencies attached to high long windows at the Soft Touch Arts gallery in Leicester.

The Involuntary International led by artists Paul Conneally, Millree Hughes and Aldo Flores, encourages the discovery and use of Involuntary Painting Bus Shelter Photo Booths and other similar structures around the world.

The portraits produced are not Involuntary Paintings. The subjects are photographed through the surfaces of the perspex or plexiglass windows of the bus shelter. These surfaces are the involuntary paintings.

The Gallery of the Street is Open!

LONG LIVE THE INVOLUNTARY INTERNATIONAL!

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