In November 2011 we were involved in making work at the Duke of Cornwall Hotel in Plymouth, as part of Platform P‘s takeover of the hotel (Friday 4 to Sunday 6 November)
As part of Platform P’s weekend of exhibitions and performance events within The Duke of Cornwall Hotel, Plymouth, Room 509 was a hotel room with particular idiosyncracies and qualities: absence, presence, palimpsest, ornamentation, obsolescence, object, non-object. Sally constructed a series of wall ‘drawings’ made with insulation tape, that interconnected and overlapped creating one large spatial drawing.
The Overlooked Hotel
Jason carried out a series of walks that explored and revealed the hidden and unseen spaces within the hotel.
Desert Island Vids
Sally, Jason and Edith Doove performed their work from this ongoing visual research inquiry into Space and Place in the Ballroom (Saturday 5 November).