6Squared and Brexit

I haven’t posted for months. I came across these photos which I’d taken on the day I installed an exhibition for Hebden Bridge Arts Festival. And also the day the UK voted to leave the EU. I was in shock walking around Hebden, hunting for treasure, trying not to shout or cry, knowing I had an exhibition to put together in an hour. They are a record of the walk I took, discovering a graveyard, walking through gardens, collecting pottery, glass and used plasters.

The exhibition was great: it looked fantastic (hats off to the Blackshed 7) hundreds of people through the door, well received work. The outcome for the UK is still on shakey ground.

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