David Blandy came up today to fix his arcade game/artwork. So if you’ve already been to the exhibition it’s a good excuse to come back for a play.
The installation is now complete, there are a few tweeks to go on a couple of exhibits but we are open and people have already been in viewing Graham’s installation, the other artworks and having conversations in our little conversation area.
We’ve been too busy to update the blog until now. Graham has been out with the volunteers collecting cardboard to make the installation and now it’s almost all used up – there was a room full of it by the time we’d finished surveying Leicester for card! The picture above shows some of the installation … Continue reading
Collected a large pile of cardboard from the lovely people at ‘Siddons Packaging & Sipak Self-Store’ this morning – thank you to Louise & Gregg Siddons! If you have any cardboard (new, old or seconds) we’d like to use it! The exhibitions main installation, by Graham Hudson, will be made primarily from cardboard gathered from … Continue reading
It was really good to meet with some of the volunteers we are working with on this project today. They are a group of recent graduates from DMU and are mainly going to be working with Graham Hudson learning about whats involved in setting up an installation as part of an exhibition, collecting materials, working … Continue reading
Just got this image and a few more from David Blandy, one of the artists in the exhibition. He’s made an arcade game, ‘Duels and Dualities: Battle for the Soul’, featuring all of the characters from his recent films, should be fun to match them against each other and find all their secret moves. We’re … Continue reading
is project by The City Gallery in Pedestrian Arts Gallery at LCB Depot LCB Depot, 31 Rutland Street, Leicester LE1 1RE Dates: 18th July to 2nd September 2011 Open: Monday to Friday 10am – 5pm An insignificant extension in space and a considerable extension in time, Graham Hudson, 2010. Steel, Timber, light an Fendi Archive, … Continue reading