Fragmental Museum is proud to introduce the Unlimited Participatory Exhibition titled, Framed: connecting the dashes

We would like to invite you to play an active role in expressing your ideas as artists and curators by curating your own FOUND OBJECT*.

1. Get your tape. (come to Beta exhibition May 20, Fri 6-9pm, May 21, Sat 2-6pm)

2. Select an object or spaces anything if your life which you find interesting and frame with the tape. Have fun! 

3. Take a photo and upload to instagram with hashtag #fragmentalframe or email to

Found object: originates from the French objet trouvé, describing art created from undisguised, but often modified, objects or products that are not normally considered art, often because they already have a non-art function.[1] Pablo Picasso first publicly utilized the idea when he pasted a printed image of chair caning onto his painting titled Still Life with Chair Caning (1912). Marcel Duchamp is thought to have perfected the concept several years later when he made a series of ready-mades,[2] consisting of completely unaltered everyday objects selected by Duchamp and designated as art.[3] (from wikipedia)