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Knowing Your Wrong

This is an ongoing collaboration between Lucy Meyle and Ziggy Lever. The project is a continuation of discussions around collaborative and cooperative methods that were started with the show Knowing You’re Wrong in 2014.

One of the strategies of Knowing You’re Wrong (2014) was to demarcate a series of zones by painting a selection of walls yellow. We then worked alongside/off this structure separately, all the while in constant communication. Earlier this year we developed a series of texts in the form of letters. These were written almost exclusively on long train trips, while traveling between major cities. We were interested in writing in a conversational manner and gathering images from a multitude of places, as a means to casually record and unpick ideas and sensations experienced at the time of writing. Through conversation we can explore and question the points of difference and similarity in our shared memories.

Title and Materials Associated Project Date

Working Together

rocks, packing materials, wire, canvas, sound, buckets, gorse yellow, wood, screen, paintings

Knowing Your Wrong September, 2015

Storage Solutions

rocks, packing materials, fluorescent lighting, canvas, sound, buckets, gorse yellow, wood

Knowing Your Wrong September, 2015

Knowing You're Wrong (version 2)

gorse yellow, wood, screens, sound, paper

Knowing Your Wrong November, 2014

Knowing You're Wrong

gorse yellow, wood, screens, sound, paper

Knowing Your Wrong August, 2014