Making Arrangements review

By Anthony Byrt In Art

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3rd December, 2011
When an exhibition fails to engage the public, it’s easy for us in the art world to say, “Hey, it was probably too challenging; maybe it went over their heads.” Lately I’ve been starting to think perhaps we’re not being challenging enough – that instead of pushing ideas to their limits so people walk away agitated, confronted or thrilled, all we’re really doing is leaving them blandly confused. But very occasionally you hear about a show with genuine train-wreck potential. For example, Michael Lett, in collaboration with Sue Crockford, has just opened a two-person show at his ...

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