Half-term, so Eve and I take off on an adventure. Via train, bus and Wolverhampton Art Gallery we make it to Eagle Works Artists Studios and Galleries on Great Brickkiln St. Wolverhampton to see/participate in John O’Hanlon’s Instructions for Continued Airworthiness. We spend a pleasant hour chatting, playing with bits of bamboo and making paperchain people before signing the visitors list and taking our leave. The piece builds 2pm – 6pm each day until a Private View on Saturday when the piece will be ‘finished’, I suppose. If the Private View is less than Private maybe John will post details here as a comment!
On Thursday I intend to get over to Warwick Arts Centre to see/participate in Rimini Protokoll‘s Best Before. I’m not utterly sure how Game For It I am, but the company is one that has been much touted and it’s great that they are coming so close – another admirable programming nettle grasped by WAC – so they deserve us all piling over to see what’s going on.
Of course if anyone’s not keen on the ‘/participate’ element of all this you could just come and ‘see’ The Cleansing of Constance Brown (may as well end with a plug there).
Hell, I’ve just realised there’s also a New Macho thing on in Coventry on Saturday which I’m certainly going to miss, but I’d love to be able to get to – 7pm, Unit 4, CV1 5ED.