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It all started when the days seemed quite plain
The book reveals new artworks made, in secret, in the workplace, alongside essays that consider notions of status and value.
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2013-01-01

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The book reveals new artworks made, in secret, in the workplace, alongside essays that consider notions of status and value. It all started when the days seemed quite plain explores how artists continue to engage with and develop their own practice whilst also engaged in work for which they are not directly employed as an artist. The book reveals new artworks made, in secret, in the workplace, alongside essays that consider notions of status and value. Contributing artists: Sovay Berriman, Sam Curtis, Antoinette Hachler, John O’Hare, Henrietta Hine, Kevin Logan, Fiona Lumbers and Melanie Stidolph.

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