What's on this week
What's on this week
What's on this weekFebruary 1, 2018
The Constructed Vessel: Derek Wilson solo show, 1–5 Needham Road, London, W11; Fri 19 Jan---Sat 21 Apr; Mon---Tue 2pm---6pm, Wed---Sat 11am---6pm; free
For this exhibition, Irish ceramicist Derek Wilson has produced a collection of sculptural objects that have stemmed from his continuous Read more →
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Shelley sells corporate software to companies that don’t yet know they need it. She likes to drop terms like idea shower, and close-of-play into conversation at the pub.
Actioning her bar order and explaining the benefits of squaring the circle to a 16 year old who was only in the market for a whiskey and coke, she systematically commits high treason of the English language.
As she espouses the merits … Read more →
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