via e-mail Les Bicknell and I sent images back and forth responding
and developing ideas, images and objects. These where then
installed into the entrance stairway of the Angle Row gallery.
space is viewed from the street outside through a large window,
yet leads to intimate internal gallery spaces inside and upstairs
- public and yet simultaneously private. This duality becomes
a metaphor for the two sides of us; our external public appearance
and then our internal private person.
installation consisted of drawing on the window, framing tiny
suspended porcelain pots and computer generated images. Interesting
and unexpected visual links and associations were developed
between the work produced in our separate studios. Continuing
up the stairs groups of images lead the viewer on directed
by strong linear wall drawings.