In the picture: SITE GALLERY, Centre for Contemporary Art, Sheffield
Call me an hopeless romantic.
Call me even pathetic, but when a show ends, a show you worked on with enthusiasm and dedication, you do feel a bit sad.
Yesterday, Martin Westwood's Flat-field went down from The Bay Window and the curtains were replaced, making it an ordinary window again.
The project is not finished of course.
More artists will come, in fact one per month until December, and right during these days, just before the holidays, I am working on the next project and press release, which you will soon find published on this blog.
We had a glorious rehearsal moment yesterday.
OK, I am disclosing just one thing about the next project: it's a video.
How do you project on a window? By using normal tracing paper. This allows the image to be seen from the other side, too. Well, this was just in theory, and yesterday it was the moment of truth (I must confess I was a bit concerned).
I would have liked someone taking pictures of us staring at the window from the other side of the street, dumbfounded. Not only it works, it's mesmerising.
Can't wait for the opening. Hope you are curious, too.