Face to Face: The Museum of Photocopies
Richard Foster is the Curator of the Museum of Photocopies. Richard thinks paper has important moral and societal aspects that are worth developing, just like WORM’s Open City.
Richard can’t say much about the world, but he can remember how important his parents’ garden – in the industrial North of England – was to him during is childhood in the early 1970s. He asked S/ash if he could do something about that. They demured. So he drew and photocopied it and made murals and collages from the results.
It’s called: “What Can You See? Can You See Me?”
Richard may also play some Ray Noble records at irregular intervals.