The Time lapse photos are presented 'as taken', they are not manipulated in any way. I found it interesting that these photos create a sense of new spaces and volumes from the rotation of a structure that was created itself from distorted objects. It was fascinating watching people engage with the installation, from small children to lecturing work colleagues, particularly those who took to laying on the floor underneath the sculpture as it rotated.
I think that Jamie's work looked better in the Pedestrian than it did last year in the City Gallery, having the Pedestrian space with its panels, entrances and bricks to respond to seemed to energize the work and give it something to work against, a sense of scale and place. It will be interesting to see how the work adapts to other 'non-white cube' environments.
Simon's paintings held there own in the final room, the scale of the work presenting the viewer with the opportunity to completely immerse themselves in the colour field of a close view, and then move back to take in the spacial and colour relationships as a whole composition.
Thanks to all of you who supported the show, the feedback was extremely positive. If anyone has interesting photos or comments about the exhibition, or there own viewing experiences, please let us know,