The exhibition was well attended at the private view on the 8 November 2006. Feedback from the visitors I spoke to were: subject matter contained in the exhibition was incredibly diverse in range. This produced a stimulating show with digital, photographic, printmaking, illustration, historical, published and interactive design work.
The Neon Chicken and the Rubber Duck cartoon strips were interesting and the bright and colourful images contrasted effectively with the more subtle humour and socio-political text.
Suggestions included adapting work for animated film and/or book format.
See http://www.lccnews.org.uk/index.php?opt=article&siid=1639 for press coverage.
The exhibtion catalogue also provided further insights into the working methods and rationale behind the individual pieces of work. It may be possible to send a copy out to you if you are interested. Please place request in comments section.
I am pleased to have had the opportunity to have my work analysed and appreciated. I am keen show my work at venues outside the College during 2007. Please contact me if you would be intersted in collaborating on a future exhibition.