Open Day, Saturday 16th May, 2009, 12-6pm
Window exhibition viewable from the street 24hrs 16/5/09-28/6/09, or open by appointment.
Launch evening for the second half of Cathie Pilkington’s monkey Toby jug edition, a Space Station Sixty-Five Space Capsule, commissioned as part of an affordable art series. Other sculptures by Cathie Pilkington will also be shown throughout May and June, courtesy of Marlborough Fine Art.
Series from previous Space Capsules will be available, including Stephen Nelson’s Dispersers.
Space Station Sixty-Five are also thrilled to introduce you to Human Cocktail Shaker Robyn Minogue, who will be mixing and serving drinks in her mouth throughout the evening.
Cathie Pilkington Monkey Toby Jugs and more at Space Station Sixty-Five Launch event Friday 15th May 6pm-8.30pm
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