Archive for October, 2009

This Saturday Martin Papcun unveils his new work House, Turned Inside Out.  The installation is literally a house turned inside out.  Walls and ceilings have been sawed out and then flipped.  In this way the interior of the home becomes a display of the building materials that are usually hidden. Link to House, Turned Inside […]

Andrews’s Folly Yesterday I attended the last session of Regionalism in Practice as part of Spaces Plum Academy.  The session was hosted by the wonderful Tom Orange who took on the dubious task of extracting something useful from late 20th century art theory. For the meeting I put together some of my thoughts on what […]