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Hyacintho sinensis, Camelia shardiensis and Salix crockiana have become established and naturalised at Creekside Discovery Centre, where they grow happily amongst an exotic mix of native plants and other wildflowers that have made their way here from all over the world.

An installation of ceramic 'flowers' in Creekside Discovery Centre.

Ceramic shards, metal rods

© Sue Lawes 2012


Brief from lead artists-curators Hew Locke & Indra Khanna:

Surrender to the pleasure of the decorative. Revel in the excessive, embrace it and be dazzled. A stall stacked with lurid artificial flowers, rhythmic serpentine graffiti, baroque mermen carved over the old town hall door: all are equally a joy to the eye. Indulge yourself.

Is it all too much? Visual overload, information overload, too much to digest – too much work, not enough time. Are our eyes bigger than our stomachs?

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The Old Blue & White
An installation in Creekside Discovery Centre.
Deptford X Fringe 2012, 27 July - 12 August 2012

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