Re:Mapping the Flâneur on show now

ASA Collective joined us in Newcastle on Monday so we could all hang our collaborative exhibition, ‘Re:Mapping the Flâneur’, ready for it to open yesterday.

The show comprises three of the 40m long prints made during ‘Mapping the Flâneur’ at Derby in March 2011: in the installation shot below, you can see one of these running around the wall on the left, with the other two hanging along the centre. On the remaining wall (below right and above) is a 13m long print we made especially for the exhibition: this has a reprint of the last 40 images sent to us for the Derby installation, followed by 20 mock index cards, one for each participating collective, that include the names and logos of each collective and their photographers, websites and other useful information. These ‘cards’ (see above top right) also show the location of each collective, and they’re all arranged for the print in the order of timezones (i.e. GMT in the centre, the Americas on the far left through western Europe and Africa to eastern Europe on the far right).

More installation shots can be found here, and practical information, including the invitation to the private view (6pm on 24th June 2011) can be found here.

The exhibition closes 5pm on Saturday 25th June. Come and see it!


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2 Responses to “Re:Mapping the Flâneur on show now”
  1. beautiful!!! I want to see Richard’s sketches!!!!

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