AboutA Matt's Gallery event at Dilston Grove, Southwark Park, SE16 2UA.
A three-day manifestation
The original QUILL was made for an exhibition in the Pitt-Rivers Museum, Oxford.
It was mounted above a long slender case containing instruments and paraphernalia for the act of writing, including a silver sheathed pen that closely resembles the metal scabbard that covers the bayonet at the end of QUILL. The main body of QUILL consists of a Lee Enfield 303 rifle. It has been modified into a tapering three-metre object that is impossible to use as a gun.
QUILL TWO is different in almost everyway, except two.