Saturday, 20 March 2010
Tea Trolly has given her all this week. Louise bought her from a junk shop, and I made Situationalist cloths. The print is taken from the a Situationalist diagram, which links ideas of experimental behaviour, psychogeography, architecture, creating situations etc; which are all things we should be thinking about on our tea breaks.Trolly comes down in the lift, and has her own pathway marked out in red tape around the gallery. She's slowing down a bit because fleece gets stuck in her wheels.Louise made this film to show us a minute in the life of Tea Trolly.
Working overtime, the beer came out and so did our friends from Soho. I explained the fluctuating voltage problem to David.
We burnt a lot of calories dancing, so Louise had a lot of data to collect from the pedometers.
Nervous Stephen pulled out all the tunes we needed and Hilary led the dancing line, round and round the tea trolly circuit.
There was devistation...
A good time was had by all,
and it wouldn't have happened if it wasn't for Jackie, who makes everything run smooth and safe at Stanley Picker Gallery.