THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH
18TH JANUARY - 2 MARCH 2003
THE METROPOLE GALLERIES
Dilapidation can be defined as a state of disrepair or partial ruin due to neglect or misuse. The condition can also be attributed to molecular fatigue, or wear-and-tear, over a period of normal usage which extends beyond the expected life of an object. The many exhibits herein are fully annotated examples of each eventuality with remedial assesment where appropriate; as such, they provide an informative and useful insight into the material existence of being.
THE CLUB WAS PRIVILEGED TO BE EXHIBITING NEXT TO WAYNE LLOYDS PORTRAIT OF KARL MARX, PAINTED IN 15 MINUTES AT THE START OF THE OPENING
JUST ONE OF THE MANY EXAMPLES OF DILAPIDATION