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darrin

this is a beautiful idea and must have taken alot of organising

an equivalent in an urban setting might be redundant shop fronts (i'm not sure what ealing is like but around my town there is an increasing number of premises for letting)

also partly inspired by the wrong gallery (you can google it)at the tate modern and originally in new york where just a shop doorway was used to present art to passersby

anyway i'll definately be popping into the beyond blog to see what people have be inpsired to produce

jen

Ealing does have lots of empty shops at the moment!

darrin

as a bit of an aside (but following on from wonderfully creative ideas) anyone in london should try to pop along to wallspace - http://www.wallspace.org.uk - for possibly their best show of this year

Laura

What a great idea!!

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