Sunday, 27 May 2012

Field Study's Man in E17 unloads a carriage of Wood Street Indoor Market dreams

A point of view in the not quite so dark reaches of Wood St, E17 

Creating an art work, an installation in this case, might be considered as being an attempt to realise the truth or truths of a concept and, of these concepts, one is the realization there is just but an i and/or a p of a difference between concept and conceit.

The installation, Carriage, is now in situ, Wood Street Indoor Market, a task accomplished with the very generous support and assistance of Nicolette Murin and Helen Porter. In this emanation, Carriage is a glassy void, a space shop if you will, temporarily stationed at a frontier of (the) Outer London Fun(d), ready to sell you a pug. If all goes according to plan, strictly private views will be available this Thursday 31st May between 6.30pm and 7.45pm, wherein visitors will be invited to venture further into the allusive territories of Julian Beere, aka, Field Study's Man in E17. 

With thanks to David Dellafiora for the Retail Cargo Cult logo/sticker design.

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