We attended the opening night at the Horsebridge Centre. Lots of buzz about the Satellite programme and too many openings to go to. Today we are going to make a paint brush using the thirteen human hairs that we were given. We are artists, we are not afraid to recreate old technology and use it when necessary. We believe that painting is not dead.
APSIMON WHEELER BROWN will be showing their latest work Thirteen Hairs as part of the Whitstable Biennale Satellite Programme. They describe it as a context specific work using individual hairs donated by thirteen Whitstable residents. They will perform a series of improvisations using the hairs and install them in the gallery space in the lead up to the Biennale which runs from 4th - 12th June. A physical manifestation of Gallery In Space is threatened to manifest as a pop-up space at yet to be disclosed venues during the Biennale. Each of the participating hair donors have predicted what the artists will do with their hairs - we look forward to seeing how their expectations meet APSIMON WHEELER BROWN'S processing.