To complete the impressions from last weekend, here are a few images of the ‘Making Room’ installation on display, and a few of the ‘Anchorhold’ piece, a bothy that Richard worked on for Sutherland Hussey Harris and Grizedale Arts – which is just a lovely space. I should have taken more photos on the opening night itself, but I think that will always be the case when fun is being had and time is flying. I am not sure I will make it back to Edinburgh for a second visit before the exhibition closes, so I’m happy to have these to look back at.
In the spirit of the evening…
Attracting some interest
In context – just left of the entrance to the exhibition
Richard showing me one of the other models he had worked on, this one for Sutherland Hussey Harris Architects
Richard and our friends Maria and Kevin in front of the bothy ‘Anchorhold’, by Sutherland Hussey Harris and Grizedale Arts – for which Richard cut the pieces
Hanging out in the bothy – with Tom (one of the artists who built the ‘table-room’) and Richard
Surprise catch up with friends!
The photo we should have taken at the opening, but it was all over so quickly… thanks to Alison for sneakily taking this for us!
Hanging out in the bothy again with Johan and Alison – definitely reminded me of a sauna. (Because of the stepped wooden interior. There was no nudity involved here.)
I really like this photo.