A six month residency of 6 month long exhibitions at 81 Redchurch St London. Named 'The Vestibule' due to it literally being the entrance of a building it fast became known as Londons smallest gallery and developed a cult following - eventually being shut down by the police when a road block of people became unruly.
The space was an evolving experiment in collage in all dimensions. Beginning quite minimal with 2D printed collaged works hung on the white walls then being filled with magazines, papers, objects the collage began to grow in 3 dimensions.
In the final exhibition 'ALIENESE 24 HOUR' every surface of The Vestibule was collaged. It featured a multimedia installation of sound and video art - the ultimate collage reflecting the people, place and time.
The space was illuminated and visible 24/7 for the 6 month period during which it was sporadically opened for pop up parties, and live collaging. Located on Redchurch St, London at the time full of galleries, boutiques, bars and restaurants it attracted crowds at all times of the day. ALIENESE 24 HOUR Masked performances happened at odd hours of the night 2 or 3 am when Holly-Anne & friends got dressed up and created surrealist vignettes.
The exhibitions were visited by thousands of people, locals, tourists, tramps and many celebs... namely Neneh Cherry, Cara Delvigne, Blondies guitarist and many of Londons cult characters.
Supported and promoted by The Whitechapel Gallery's First Thursday Program. Eggs, Legs and Silk webs was chosen for Time Out London and The Whitechapel Galleries Top 5 exhibitions for August 2013.