The work hangs and stands not in a dedicated exhibition space or gallery, but on the walls of two adjacent building, in a foyer, and as seen in the top photo in the cafe. My husband and I both enjoyed the feeling of being back in a space designed for serious thinking - we both liked the atmosphere of the buildings we encountered, and it was a pleasure to be able to spend time with the work, discussing it within the working environs of the university.
From the build-up we had expected somewhat more on her methods, thinking, and development rather than simply quotes from her on large posters. However, it was enough to get me thinking, and was a reaffirmation of what I like about her work. That bold figurative sweep of her marks, the affirmation of life, even if the humanity might be questionable. Enigma, that's what I respond to.
The catalogue accompanying the display, available for £5 is more than value for money. Here is a review in a local paper which also has a film showing the display.