Embassy Gallery - Grandmother Waits for You (3 stars)

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This exhibition takes a sympathetic and humorous look at British grannyhood as a specific cultural phenomenon defined by its own autopoietic sub-system. It focuses on the ‘knitting club’ both as a cross-generational creative platform and as a nodal point in an analogue network of localised information exchange.

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Grandmother Waits For You

14 Aug 20093 stars

Oddly beautiful structure explores ageism, community and unconditional love

Centred on an undeniably impressive central knitted construct that stretches from the ground floor balustrade all the way to the ceiling of this curious backstage venue Grandmother Waits For You is cheeky conceptualism for The Matrix generation.

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