by George Westren
Fine lines, illusions, reversals. Lines delineating good and bad. Lines that spare us, finely, between our lives and low lives. Black or white, rich or poor, all of us equally precarious in our false sense of security.
What series of unfortunate events could take you over the edge?
George Westren was homeless for 25 years. A chance visit to the Serpentine Gallery’s Bridget Riley exhibition turned his life around. The very next day he started making art. Six years on and he has never looked back.
7th April 2005 / 6pm > 8pm
18th April > 20th April 2005
Monday > Friday, 10am > 6pm
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