After thinking that I might end up with nowhere to display at all, I luckily ended up securing a spot at Leeds Holy Trinity Church. A beautiful building now run by Arts @ Trinity, providing leeds with various creative displays and events. Unfortunately the main room was already booked but the cafe at the back was free. Such a building seems to bare quite a bit of relevance to my somewhat morbid topic of death and grief so I snapped up the opportunity. It has great promotional opportunities for me and the festival due to its location, right next to an entrance/exit to the new Trinity shopping center so with a bit of luck, a few people may wander in to see my work.
The work is designed to raise awareness of a subject I feel we all need to consider more openly and hopefully some people will benefit from the work positively and come to realisations of inevitability and be more at one with this matter.
The team from arts@trinity have been amazingly helpful, great bunch of people and very kindly asked me to exhibit the work for 3 weeks.