New works by Judith Hagan, Jessica Higgins, David Roeder & Jack Saunders

Sometimes you will be surprised at what someone else says and other times you will find that you do not recognise your own words. I’m not really in a position to tell you which one feels better, but I think we all know the correct answer.

Is tunnel vision worse if you already suffer from claustrophobia? I understand that everybody loves taking the edge off with a bit of tunnel-talk now and then, but it’s worth bearing in mind that the brick at the entrance may very well be from the same quarry as the brick at the exit. Of course, I could go through the foolproof twelve-step method of telling an entrance from an exit but if I’m being honest with you, I’ve got somewhere I’d rather be.

The next time it’s a rainy day why not look really hard at your immediate surroundings and subsequently try to make a 1:1 scale model from memory? It’s always worth having a contingency plan, because there’s no saying when momentum will begin to slow. Nobody wants you to be caught with your pants down unless you’re prepared for it. I hear cutting hair is a cinch, so grab a chair, flinch.

Entrance via ramped gallery access at the far end of Farnell Street.
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