One of an ongoing series of propositions (some realised, some not) each presented as a 'tear-off' pad of multiple copies attached to the wall of the gallery. The text for this proposition reads as follows:
UNSTABLE GROUNDS FOR PLAY
Search out a demolition site.
Observe the dismantling and felling of buildings and the processing of materials into mounds, heaps, piles and stacks.
Appropriate the demolished site for an interlude as an unstable ground for play.
Allow this time for turning over stones, building rudimentary structures, spoiling and corrupting, getting lost, being found, mapping the land mass, finding areas where it is no longer possible to see any part of the city, racing to the summit, to look out, for advantage, jumping descent for slippage and subsidence, weighing the excess, tracing viable limits, watching the sun go down.
Proposition No. 20
Sophie Warren & Jonathan Mosley