Monday, 26 April 2010

PV Worcester Open 2010

Here are some photos of my work from the opening for the City Musuem/Gallery venue of Worcester 2010 (Saturday 24th):

A really good day, although thoroughly exhausting. 5 hours driving coupled with a sunny day in Worcester city centre and two openings.

It was a pleasure to finally meet the organisor of Worcester Open 2010, a chap called Nathan Pitt. Despite managing countless artists and three openings in fewer days (one of which essentially was hosted in this incredible space he has built with high cielings in his back garden) Nathan found the time to offer me a cup of tea - which I gladly recieved.

I spent much of the day with curator Charlie Levine who is the director of Trove ( based in Birmingham. She is well aquaited with the struggles associated with curating (and indeed being a practioner) and is a refreshing conversationalist. I'm looking forward to attending the PV this friday of one of her curatorial initiatives: "SHOW OF SCIENCE".

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