Not much help telling you about a show that ends almost before it begins! A one week sneaky exhibition which is whisper quiet and will only leave strange traces of itself - in this case the purpose made spoon shaped grooves in the long wood bench that houses the work of Anna Varendorff and Eugene Howard.
To wrap this exhibition up in fancypants art speak would be a nutty waste of time. At it's heart it is very pure, very simple and doesn't really require flip sentences that talk about the act of feeding oneself (consumerism! west v east! poor v rich!).
At the end of the day, and really at the end of this week when the show closes it is simple spoons. Varendorff has made silver ones (privilege, first world, treasure, preciousness) and Howard has made wooden ones (earth, environment, primitive, poor). Hand to Mouth is a beautiful show. If you are able to catch this brief gust of gorgeousness at Mr Kitly then please do. RAMONA