I don’t usualy cross post between electricana and here, but while I was wandering London this morning, wondering vaguely how the hell I was going to get home, and what art gallery to go and stick my nose in, I ran across a statue that I’d seen before, but never taken a lot of notice of. The message on its base seemed especially relevant, and sums up my response to this sort of thing, so I thought I’d let it stand as my comment, and post it here as well.
In other news, and talking of the art gallery, today has had one amusing side-effect for me, at least. One of my photos is now on the wall of the Proud Galleries.
I popped into the Cental Gallery, near Trafalgar Square, to take a look at their “Made of Metal” exhibition. (And if you like your hair metal icons, you really should go along, it’s a great exhibition – I’d happily go again.) They’re sponsored by Sony Ericsson, who’re running a gimmick in a corner: you can bluetooth a phonecam photo to a photoprinter, and put it on the gallery wall.
So Lo-Fi Break is now on the wall there. It’s not quite my own exhibition, but it’ll do for starters.