The weekend got off to a great start on Thursday 4th August when Sean Styles ( BBC Radio Merseyside ) took the time to interview me about the UK walkabout SPOTtimespotTIME. We discussed privacy, identity the changing relationship we have with our identity. Sean also touched upon the accessibility of the work for everyone in the UK.
Sean seen here putting his blue fingerprint on SPOTtimespotTIME Liverpool panel.
Later in the day Cass Art who are one of the businesses supporting the UK tour, invited me into the store to discuss with attendees/visitors aspects of the tour and why I had conceived the work, and also what I hoped to achieve as an artist when all the fingerprint panels had been gathered from around the UK.
Then wonderfully over the next couple of days the fingerprints were gathered from all the willing people of Liverpool. Along the way I was privileged enough to meet some interesting people, and had some great conversations about their understanding of their own changing relationship with privacy and identity.
Over the next few weeks I shall collate all the different opinions gathered in Liverpool and publish my findings on this blog site.
I shall now take pleasure in sharing only a few photographs from the SPOTtimspotTIME Liverpool Walkabout, and let the pictures speak for themselves. SPOTtimespotTIME became very quickly ‘Art For Everyone’ .
Thank you Liverpool
Thank you Liverpool 🙂
These are only a small selection of photographs who were happy to share their fingerprint for the artwork.[twitter_buttons display=tweet,follow,]