It is hard to imagine that the current exhibition, How Can I Tell What I Think Till I See What I Say by Sally Madge was assembled in less than a week. Included in the exhibition was a process-driven wall drawing in which the artist covered the entire wall in charcoal, turning the wall from white to black. This was then washed with cleaning fluid so as to turn the wall an inconsistent light grey. During the installation of the other artworks in the gallery, Sally realised that the wall drawing was too dominant, and therefore decided to use white emulsion paint to cover part of wall.
The press release reads:
The title for this exhibition is taken from Aspects of the Novel