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Forth & Back organised by Tamsin Clark at Limoncello Wednesday 27th June 2012 Gallery


Forth & Back’ a Punctuation Programme organised by Tamsin Clark.

In autumn 2011 fifteen artists were invited to design a poster, post it somewhere and document the piece in its chosen location.

The brief situations included an allotment in Glasgow, a greasy spoon cafe in Euston, an empty vitrine opposite the Cinema America in Rome and the window of the library on Dalston Lane that has since closed. Almost six months later one poster still remains on a rusted shed somewhere in Wales.

The event at Limoncello represents a point on the project’s journey where all the works can congregate. Posters will cross paths in the gallery lobby, corridor and office or perhaps in spots more tucked away. Jake Tilson will be serving a small snack and a performance by Catalina Niculescu will take place at 8pm.

The contributors to ‘Forth & Back’ are Richard Bevan, Melanie Counsell, Sean Edwards, The Everyday Press, Richard Healy, Ian Homerston, Pernille Leggat Ramfelt, Sara MacKillop, Jonathan Monk, Catalina Niculescu, Ben Öztat, Colin Sackett, Jake Tilson, Watts of Goodwill and Ian Whittlesea.

Limoncello 340-344 Kingsland Road London E8 4DA



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