‘Thus far the miles’. Fantastic 24 hour exhibition by Wendy Williams. The Colonnades, Albert Dock, 15th – 30th September 2012. As part of Liverpool Independents Biennial.

‘Thus far the miles’

Fantastic 24 hour exhibition by Wendy Williams

As part of Liverpool Independents Biennial

Fascinating installation of paper planes, depicting the toil of journeys we must all face.

15 – 30 September Unit C7, The Colonnades, Albert Dock, Liverpool. L3 4AA

Exhibition open continuously (24 hours a day; 7 days a week) viewed from the window.

An installation of 600 paper planes made from a book.

‘Liverpool Gateway of Empire’ by Tony Lane and also maps of Wirral, Liverpool, Leeds and Stockholm.

“There is something about a gift, that no matter what your feelings are about it, you feel obliged to keep it. This was the case of a book that was gathering dust on my bookshelf – LIVERPOOL Gateway of Empire. A gift from the writer after he had bought one of my works . Something to remind me of him, but had in fact left an overwhelming, but unexplained feeling of guilt. After it had been read, it had served its purpose.”

Thus far the miles taken from Shakespeare’s Sonnet How heavy do I journey on my way.


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