Six Women Against a White Wall

I’m afraid I seem to have missed the Multicultural Festival almost entirely, but I did get to see a bit of the Fringe, being called upon to video a friend’s bands for a promotional video. The Fringe seemed reasonably successful. Wearing my photographer’s hat, the best thing on show was Six Women Against a White Wall (apologies if that’s not quite correct) which involved six women on plinths making scary faces and writhing.

It doesn’t sound like much, I’ll admit, but the ‘audience’ was transfixed. They, the audience, were encouraged to touch the lovely ladies, and many did, though when my pal got up and started hugging one of them, he was shooed down, despite the fact that Jorian Gardner, Director of the Fringe, had done the same thing a minute before. Oh well.

Six Women Against a White Wall

3 Responses to “Six Women Against a White Wall”

  1. Since when was Jorian Gardner a woman?

  2. I have no idea what you’re talking about? Jorian is the person in the photo above. He is, as you suggest, a man.

  3. “Six Women Against a White Wall”

    False advertising or what??