A maze of cardboard walls made visitors slow down to contemplate the small photographs and installations.
Videos of refugges describing and mapping their journeys into Europe – just a printed map, marker, hand and voice. I loved this – fascinating and enlightening. Beautiful installation too, with thin suspended screens.
On the top floor was a major retrospective of Bruce Connor’s work. I loved the felt-tip marker drawings and the ink blots.
No photography was permitted in the exhibition. The images below are from:
This was my favourite from a series of collages of 19th century engravings, called ‘Psychedelicatessan Owner’: http://drawntapedburned.aboutdrawing.org/nicole-phungrasamee-fein-on-bruce-conner/1939-thumb/