LET THE GALLERY BE OPEN TO THE CONDITIONS IN WHICH IT FINDS ITSELF, H.A.N.K SAYS.
H.A.N.K woke up this morning with an altogether different architectual plan for the gallery, and by the way, for the future of art. 'Its no good' he says 'for Galleries to cushion themselves from the harsh realities of the eyes of the neighbours and the weather too'. 'Let us be so open that we, the Gallerists, are left shivvering and cold through the night with frost on our toes, only to be warmed by the sun, and comforted only by the art that we show'. 'Let us house ourselves in a makeshift shell with no roof and let us suffer and learn'.