Dieter Roth's diaries go on display at the fruit market in Edinburgh, proving that mundane task lists and day to day appointments and reminders can embody creativity and flare. The Fruitmarket grasps this unique opportunity in displaying the artists personal notes to promote the importance of diary keeping and the talent which Roth injected across the creative sphere.
September 1996 edition of W.O.I brings canvas into the home, showing an experimental display of the medians versatility. We then go underground in Pairs to the Arts et Metiers Metro stop. Contrasting the first article, the architecture embodies an essence of modern machinery. The photographs show the copper vaulted architecture dedicated to the history of French technology and engineering, certain to add a certain something to a commuters morning.