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31 May 2016
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Baked aubergines with Welsh rarebit glaze, wild nettle sharbat and Indian raags on a steel stringed guitar... Whilst seeking out original...
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Eventually, determined to solve the mystery, I pushed a card through the man's door, explaining that I loved his signs. I asked if I could...
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We live in a world where we are bombarded by ideal versions of things - the media gives us constant examples of how we can be better and...
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Amongst the other standout pieces were the coloured walls of the main galleries - the brainchild of the show's coordinator Michael Craig-Martin...
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