Time-Lapse, the exhibition

A year after Bridget Macklin, Maxine Greer and myself met for the first time on Zoom and mooted the idea to present to the world a record of making in isolation, the exhibition is finally opening at the Royal Cornwall Museum in Truro on 17 May. Stumbling through the agonies of making decisions virtually when we really didn't know each other, it has been a testament to true grit and determination that it is happening after three lockdowns and umpteen shifts in opening date.

Helping to organise this show has been an invaluable goal and kept me 'almost' sane during a madly odd year and I am so grateful, in particular, for the opportunity to keep making, creating, and dreaming. Thanks to Robin Shelton for believing and supporting me during the bleak times most of us had a some point over the past twelve months.

So you can read more on the blog post below or come and see the work for real at the RCM until 1 August.


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