I'm writing to invite you to the London launch of my new book Confessions of a Recovering Data Collector at Space on Mare Street on Thursday 8th October.
Sally O'Reilly and I will be presenting an introduction to the groundbreaking new therapy (outlined in the book) which helped me recover from my past obsessions and become a better artist. Refreshments will be provided and books will be going at half price. It promises to be a fun night!
Also in October, I will be showing my new work Vending Machine as part of The Peckham Experiment project. The exhibition at Space Station Sixty-Five launches on Friday 9th October, so please do come along and make a weekend of it!
I look forward to seeing you there.
Book Launch & Therapy Session
Thursday 8th October 2009
19:00 - 21:00
The official London launch of Confessions of a Recovering Data Collector - the first publication dedicated to my former 'data collecting' practice, which features a specially commissioned text by Sally O'Reilly and is published by Plymouth College of Art Press. Books will be available at a special launch price of £5.
This event is FREE, but booking is essential.
Please reserve your place here >
129-131 Mare Street
The Peckham Experiment
Space Station Sixty-Five
9th October - 15th November 2009
Vending Machine features as part of this group exhibition curated by Jo David and Rachael House in response to the innovative 1930s social health project The Peckham Experiment. The exhibition also features work by Jonathan Bishop, Gayle Chong Kwan, Jay Cloth, Nicholas Cobb, Freee, Dean Kenning, Freddie Robins, Mark Wayman and Annie Whiles and takes place at various venues across south east London.
OPENING: Friday 9th October 18:30 - 20:30
OPEN: Saturday - Sunday 12:00 - 18:00
| Space Station Sixty-Five
65 North Cross Road