2Day Gallery (7 days in)

A week in and so much has already happened. Why in the world did I want to put together a gallery? Didn’t I know how exhausted I would be after hand-in on Monday? Ahh well, since when has logic ruled me? I am so pleased – such a talented group of artists are part of this – I couldn’t have asked for more.

But I digress….

Here are the images from the pamphlet:

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Here are same images from the artists so far.

The initial installation was by Holly Keasey, who is linked to the space by her river stones which were in residence for 2 years. In the spirit of her work as a water tourist, she took on a 2 day water fast.Her piece is titled Collection and Time: Beginning with a Wander…a Text Will Follow.

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Here is Mary Beth Quigley drinking some of the proffered water:

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Alexander Aitken did a 2 day performance titled The Hypocrisy of Being (1 is better, more is better) Here are some images.
Day One:

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Day Two:

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Katie Reid brought items from some previous exhibitions, including her DJCAD degree show, to play with a new installation in the space. Her untitled (restructured play 2Day) brought the gallery into its first weekend.

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And the fourth artist is James Bell whose Proposal for a Site-specific Work is now adorning the outer door.

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There are still many more artists to come for 2Day Gallery. Beth Savage will be performing Captivity on May 15th. Jonathan Brodsky will have his Options on display during the Degree Show opening night. There will be a video of Gayle Meikle’s and an audio piece by Justin Hopper and Lucy Greeves. Claire Briegel and Tara Chaloner will be performing their For Want of an Information Point. Now Now will close the gallery with Reunion. I will update with pictures of these soon to be occurrences. Until then, your best bet is to show up in the flesh.


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