Weeks have passed by, ‘Convergence&Space’ has been visited well, during the week of its opening we had about 900 people coming to see it, all ages, from fellow artists to passers by parking in the car park next to the Goods Shed to fetch a train or to do their shopping. One man came in one day, unexpected but open to whatever might meet him…his words were “I did not see anything like it before, I don’t know what to say but I am going to tell my mates to come round, it’s great.”

We had a few weeks of being playful in the way we arranged this exhibition, not easy for me initially but even more enjoyable in the end. Our work moved constantly, some bigger pieces had to remain in their original location but many objects changed location daily. So here are a few snapshots of one day in the life of ‘Convergence&Space’….

View into 'Convergence&Space'

View into ‘Convergence&Space’

Animals on the run

Animals on the run

Stroud valleys, the graffiti shadows& circle mobile

Stroud valleys, the graffiti shadows& circle mobile

Pebble line& rip

Pebble line& rip