The “Exquisite Corpse” show at Jugglers was a great idea of gallery manager/curator Sam Eyles. Founded on the Dadaist “anything goes” idea or the concept that art needed to be non art in order to be art [!!] 36 artists were invited to contribute a piece referencing naturalist David Attenborough. Each artist was to pick up a piece of paper from Jugglers to work on [all pieces the same size]. Nine completed works would make up the show, with each work made up of 4 drawings by the 36 artists. [Making sense?] There were 9 heads to be drawn, 9 thoraxes, 9 abdomens and 9 legs/feet. [To clarify – each artist did one piece and there were four artists represented in each of the nine works] The final call on what went with what was Sam’s. Well worth a look. The draftsmanship, construction and composition not to mention the sense of anticipation and community were all positive outcomes of this unique on the run innovative idea.