“What I Did On My Holiday” rtd. : Day #04
A day away from the snow obviously meant an introduction to the first snowman of the year, albeit a twenty foot fibreglass example.
Nottingham was our destination today to allow Mrs Weir to reacquaint herself with a quintet of tone deaf gentleman from the West Midlands. The visit also gave me the opportunity to commit an offence under the 1991 Road Traffic Act – although time will tell whether I was successful or not.
I did also manage a visit to Nottingham Contemporary to see the Klaus Weber exhibition – If you leave me I’m not coming, which featured some great stuff including David Shrigley’s Stop It, Gilbert & George’s Gordon’s Makes Us Drunk and a silver teapot from Cornelia Parker’s Object That Fell off the White Cliffs of Dover (which I heard her speak about at The Story earlier in the year).
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Tags: 1991 Road Traffic Act, Cornelia Parker, David Shrigley, Gilbert & George, Gordon's Makes Us Drunk, If you leave me I'm not coming, Klaus Weber, Nottingham, Nottingham Contemporary, Object That Fell off the White Cliffs of Dover, Snow, Stop It, The Story