As a group we considered spaces and how they would work together. Having my piece hung from the corner allowed Marianna’s work to have more space. We were thinking about splitting her work and having it either side of mine so that she could have more space but we thought having it split might compromise both of our work. Initially her work was bunched together and looked too cluttered, but by positioning mine at the right angle in the corner it allowed enough space for her illustrations to be viewed individually and as a set; giving enough boarder for her pieces.
We all worked well as a team to scrape, tape and paint the boards. We discussed the space and made alterations accordingly. By taking on tasks suiting to our individual abilities, working efficiently around each other and utilising available equipment we successfully prepared the workshop and our exhibition spaces within the predicted time. When installing the work we helped each other by giving and receiving advice on the most appropriate ways to exhibit. We also helped each other when a second pair of hands were needed, for example, measuring, holding work in place and levelling work. I helped to prepare for the private view by stamping the sweetie gift bags with the We’re here now logo and filling them. I also helped to move tables and prepare drinks for the private view. I have contributed my time to invigilate the exhibition; greeting the public as they look around the space and answering any questions they may have.