|A step in the 'right' direction -|
Carole Scott is Bankside
|Please release me - Alban Low|
in the Tate toilets
|Snow Flake in Klee Minor - by Carole Scott|
|Opening the door on Carole Scott|
overarching cityscape. Carole's ideology here finds resonance with the perfect and unique way that snowflakes find a way to combine and merge despite their individualities - a parallel that could fit well as an answer to some of our more pressing social and cultural issues.
|Clear-up mission - Alban stakes out one of Southbanks|
finest as he pockets some of our releases for his own collection!
Alban Low needs no introduction - but you're going to get one anyway pal: the man behind the Fridge Magnet phenomena has exponentially fuelled a number of successful community interventions; Freezechester, Future Bound, Freedbook, Lite Bite and many, many more exhibitions have in turn made inclusive art a reality amongst many of todays proof ridden showcases by inviting artists from all over the word to take part in uniquely themed collaborations with very few constraints and often completely open interpretations of the callout brief - only stopping the press if basic moral or ethical rights are threatened. Albans final offering to our Social Advent is true to form with its lean towards narrative and comic strip reference - once again we are presented with a strong moral or life message but which one?
|Still Here - by Alban Low|
'Still Here' is no exception the above and with a direct dialogue between two individuals and very different views on the connotations of their situation we are left to ponder the unwritten sub-
script but with the imposing image of a multi story building dividing perspectives you can bet he's kept his observations close to the cardboard city brief.
|Open the toilet door on Alban Low|
Join us tomorrow as the man himself writes up the last of our Cardboard City's Social Advents and our final walk down what has become a very familiar backdrop to our collaborative community exhibition.
Keep em' peeled!