Last evening, small Text gallery based in WC1 was completely packed with people who came to the opening of Imaginary Menageries exhibition, where 19 designers from all around the world were exhibiting their tongue-twisting interpretations. It was very sweet to to watch and listen to people trying to read the tongue twisters in perfection, not just in English, but in Russian, Spanish and other languages as well.
Yesterday I was there to support Morag Myerscough (neon installation / Where She Shines) and Cartlidge Levene ( lamp shades/ Five Palindromes* [*Palindromes are phrases of words which read the same backwards as they do forwards.). I really really liked Ryan Dixon’s (poster / Pistols Packing Punks) piece, unfortunately it was exhibited so close to the bar (which was overcrowded) that I didn’t manage to photograph it. The exhibition is open until 19th November 2011. For more info please click here.
Praeita vakara, mazyte Text Gallery ,isikurusi WC1 luzo nuo gausos zmoniu, kurie atejo i Imaginery Managerie parodos atidaryma, kur 19 dizainieriu is viso pasaulio kampeliu eksponavo savo iprovizacijas sukurtas greitakalbes tematika. Buvo labai linskma klausytis zmoniu, kurie susikaupe ir bandydami nesuklyst tare greitakalbes ne tik anlgu, bet ir rusu, ispanu ir kitomis kalbomis.
Vakar as atejau palaikyti Morag Myerscough (neono instalaicija / Kur ji sviecia) ir Cartlidge Levene (sviestuvai / Penkios Palindrome’os* [*zodziai, kurie skaitomi is kaires i desne ir is desnes i kaire). Taip pat, man be galo patiko Ryan Dixon darbas ( plakatas / Pistoletai Pakavimas Pankai), taciau kaip bebutu gaila, sis darbas buvo eksponuojamass visai salia baro, prie kurio buvo sunku prasibraut, todel ji iamzinti fotografijoje – nepavyko. Paroda veikia iki iki 2011 Lapkricio 19 dienos. Daugiau info rasite paspaude cia