Monday, 1 March 2010

Heather Tweed's Crocodilopolis in Edinburgh

Heather Tweed's new exhibition, Crocodilopolis, has opened in Edinburgh. Don't worry, you didn't miss a launch party, there wasn't one.

What there is is an exhibition in the Total Kunst gallery on Bristo Place, alongside the Forest cafe, with contains information about a series of works distributed around the streets of Edinburgh, with instructions on what to do with them if you find them.

If you're not in Edinburgh, you can still experience a lot of the exhibition online. This is what the show at Total Kunst looks like.

These are the hidden works that you could look for in Edinburgh.

This is more info about the show.

And this is a Google Map with live details of where the works are, updated when they're found:

If all that wasn't enough, an exhibition of Heather's Tweed's Anubis Other World Tour sculptures is currently showing at Kings College in Taunton. If you can make it, stroll along during daytime and reception will point you towards it. If you can't, here are some photos.

If you have any more questions about Heather and her work, she's on Twitter, Facebook and you can email her through her website. Have fun, art lovers.

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