Discursive Documents exhibition Huddersfield


A quick review and critique of a small exhibition curated by one of my senior tutors

at Huddersfield University Dr Liam Devlin.

The show also features work by two of our other lectures and other artists


web link here https://www.hud.ac.uk/schools/artdesignandarchitecture/research/rotor/discursivedocuments-2017/

That should save me the bother of writing info which is available on line

Interesting exhibition,very varied a mixture of Photography and moving images

and also a dance troupe performed at the opening


The dance troupe in front of some of the Artworks

Contemporary dance does not do it for me (It always reminds me of “Legz Akimbo” from the BBC’s The league of gentlemen  ) but if you are interested in that sort of thing they will be  doing a workshop on  Thursday 27 April 2-5pm

and performing on the final day of the exhibition 4th may .

A good turn out and some interesting work a few photos below from the event


taken before the crowds came to the opening


and when the people flooded in here’s Dr Devlin entertaining the masses



The Masses 😉

I could go on about my views of the work but as art is always subjective….

my advice really is to go see it for yourself

Huddersfield s art gallery contains some brilliant art works and is housed in a fantastic art deco building worth seeing in it’s own rightOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

one of a pair of James Woodford statues outside Huddersfield Library and Art galleryOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

a little self indulgence

me doing a Vivian Maier in front of a wonderful painting by John Atkinson Grimshaw

in the   Gallery at Huddersfield


and a final image of mine ……alpha and Omega

A photo i took at the Exhibition through a transparent work by Layla sailor



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