On Saturday the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) is opening its latest exhibition, called 21st Century: Art in the First Decade. There are more than 200 works by 140 artists, including an installation by Rivane Neuenschwander called I wish your wish. The work is based around an old Brazilian tradition, visitors select a ribbon with a wish printed on it and tie it to their wrist, when the ribbon falls off the wish is supposed to come true. I am really excited about this whole exhibition, but this installation in particular.
PS. We have moved now into the little old terraced house - almost all unpacked - great to be so close to the city, the university and Dylan's work. Loving the 1920s gas stove and the claw foot bath tub.