When its windy

windy1.jpgGraham Hudson‘s ironic “self-defeating” outdoor sculpture When its windy this sculpture falls over is “a tautological, self-annulling system, which seems entirely obvious and yet inescapable. It’s a monument to Kafka-esque Health & Safety, as it’s the attention given to alerting the viewer with an excess of warning tape, that provides the large surface area needed to ensure its predicted downfall” – nothing beats art-lingo.

Part of the exhibition It was the best of Time Outs, it was the worst of Time Outs with Peter Davies and David Ersser at SEVENTEEN gallery, London. 18th April through 19th May, opening on the 19th.