I used this to my advantage and made the most of everything that went on, and encouraged myself to maybe spend time thinking about pieces that i would normally dismiss as they were not to my taste. This made me open my eyes to art i never knew existed, some quite frightening. and although i may not be able to relate to the pieces, i did enjoy the experience and found some very intriguing and helpful towards developing my own ideas and work. I discovered allot of new exiting artist, ones that ill use to influence my work and to encourage me to be more ambitious with my work, the scale of it and how to exhibit.
Some of the artist had to adjust the way they wanted to exhibit their work due to the space and unexpected surroundings, this also made me think about how different things can completely change the whole meaning and give out different messages if i don't think things through. This could be to their advantage and also makes them re visit the reason behind the work.
I feel now that from the collection of memories and images i saw during my time exploring the Biennial, its given me confident to be more expressive within my work and has given me confident to try new techniques and explore different medias and places to exploit my work publicly.