Peter says: "Thank you to everyone who came to the stealth launch of my book this afternoon with Peculiarity Press. It was very generous of Picnic Foods to host it and of Suzanne Floss Stallard and the Jelly team for fitting me into the OpenForArt programme. It was a delight to share the venue with Lisa- Marie Gibbs and Emma Bradbury's Emotional State installation and Plant Emporium.
I really appreciate the support and friendship that have made this project possible."
Thank you so much to everyone who made advance orders and trusted that we would get there. Hope you enjoy the results. Books available here if you've not got yours yet.
Hosted by the Stash Collective Micro Gallery as part of the Reading Open for Art festival programme and inspired by Robert Good's 'A New Dictionary of Art', I spent a couple of hours chatting and debating with shoppers in Broad Street about what art does or doesn't mean to them. I think we sparked a good few thoughts throughout the morning.
With thanks for inspiration from Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Marcel Duchamp and Carl Andre and the many people that define art for themselves by deciding what it is not.
A corner of Glastonbury included a billboard based on the Breaking book by Robert Good.
Described by the NME as:
"Shangri-La, the outspoken and much-loved corner of Worthy Farm is celebrating its tenth incarnation this year, serving up its usual dizzying dose of the theatrical, the radical and the bizarrely brilliant through its latest set of visual arts, curious installations and live performance."