Eight Days A Week 2004 : CRASH 1: VHS Koln-Lindenthal
Artists' in Collaboration, curated by Georg Gartz and Pete Clarke
23.March - 20.th june 2004
22nd April, in 2004, 7.00 pm with musical supporting program

Artist: Neil Morris and Tracey Brown, Lin Holland and Veronika Moos Brochhagen, Tony Dash and Tine Wille.
Georg Gartz and Pete Clarke, Geoff Molyneux and Wolfgang Luttgens.

Crash explored how artists' work in various forms of collaboration, challenging concepts of originality and authenticity through dialogue and experimentation from formal painting, painting and poetry, interactive presentations and photographic installations, contemporary printmaking and textiles.

Poster of Crash

The University of Central Lancashire, Preston and Roger Morris, P.H. Holt Trust in England and by
`Eight days a week', Stadt Koln, 20/10 Kulturhauptstadt Europas and DOM Kolsch, Germany.

The Exhibition was formally opened with speeches by Helga Blomer- Frerker, Bezirksvorsteherin Lindenthal, Andrea Pohlmann- Jochheim, Head of Department of Culture, Stadt Koln and an introduction exploring concepts of collaboration within the European cultural context by Georg Gartz.

The Exhibition was formally opened with speeches by Bernd Schossler, Bezirksvorsteher Nippes, Andrea Pohlmann- Jochheim, Head of Department of Culture, Stadt Koln and an introduction exploring Liverpool within the cultural context of the International by Pete Clarke.

The Exhibition and catalogue for `Crash 1 and 2' was funded by Liverpool Art School, The University of Central Lancashire, Preston and Roger Morris, P.H. Holt Trust in England and by `Eight days a week', Stadt Koln, 20/10 Kulturhauptstadt Europas and DOM Kolsch, Germany.

`Crash 1 and 2' was reviewed in the Kolner Stadt Enzeiger, the National newspaper based in Koln - `Ausstellungen von Kolnern und Liverpoolern sind in VHS-Galerien zu sehen'. Crash 1 and 2' was reviewed in the Kolner Stadt Enzeiger, the National newspaper based in Koln - `Ausstellungen von Kolnern und Liverpoolern sind in VHS-Galerien zu sehen'.

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