Grizedale Arts

Lawless

14/09/2002

The use of the Visitor Centre in Grizedale Forest to host a car boot sale was seen as bringing an alternative and underclass culture into the Forest and central Lakes.

The boot sale was open to all vendors and a rich mix of the obscure, esoteric and mainstream created a portrait of a complex fusion of cultures and ideas. Highlights were the sale of gallery copies of major video art works a £1 a piece (mysteriously they had fallen into the hands of juneau/projects), and a functioning whiskey still by Graeme Rogers which was studiously examined by the visiting police who passed no comment.

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