I think that in trying so hard to work as a group, we have neglected any responsibilty we may have to the public who will view the outcome of this project. This is no bad thing.But are we, in trying to salvage componenets that are ‘suitable’ for viewing, just trying to ram a square peg into a round hole?

It’s hard to get excited without being on site. I’m looking forward to getting there on Sunday.

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Jason Pinder's sculptural interventions and process-driven installations are concerned, primarily, with the physical act of doing and of making. Visually blunt and straightforward, Pinder works are clothed in an appearance of ‘it-is-what-it-is-ness’. Often requiring substantial amounts of base physical exertion, from sanding to stacking, the poetry in these pieces arises from the essential pointlessness of the labour that goes into them. Since graduating in Fine Art from Cardiff School of Art & Design in 2008, Pinder has exhibited across England and Wales. He is a founding member of the British Racing Green collective, a UK-wide organization comprising artists, writers, photgraphers and designers, dedicated to facilitating collaborative projects and events.

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  1. I understand the point you’re making but I don’t think we’re trying too hard. I think it was difficult to overcome our fears of working together and to find ways of doing this. I think rightly in the first two weeks that was the focus. We’ve now got to use those skills to make something that’ll we’ll be happy for visitors to see. I think we can do that if we trust each other and the skills we’ve learnt.

  2. I understand where you are coming from Roger, but can’t help but think we should listen to our reservations from time to time.
    I haven’t been on site for a couple weeks. So I really don’t feel I can say much until tomorrows visit.

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