Exhibition: Ladies Edwardian Cloakroom, Bristol, March 2015

Responding to the context of an Edwardian Ladies public toilet, now used by artists by permission of Bristol City Council, CLOAK was an installation exploring notions of public and private space, and the blurring of the two.

The show was a progression of the KISS series (begun in 2014), this time incorporating pixelated images of Greta Garbo, as well responding directly to the space and its previous context as a public toilet.

Read the CLOAK exhibition handout text here

Read the longer text accompanying the CLOAK exhibition, Fragments: Searching for Garbo

Read the subsequent reflections on being a toilet attendant here