Citroën Relay 1100 HDi 2.0l diesel SWB 2004 5 door
White body work, panel body
Blue carpeted interior
2 front passenger seats, 2 front facing back passenger seats
Remote central locking
electric windows
5 speed manual gearbox
100,000 miles on the clock
Ideal for touring art exhibitions

Outside A Foundation, Liverpool, Saturday 15th November
Concurring with Night of the Owl, an Owl Project supported by Castlefield Gallery

Outside Leeds Art Gallery, Thursday 20th November
Concurring with Northern Art Prize

Outside Bates Mill, Huddersfield, Friday 21st November
Concurring with The Graphic Method: Bicycle part of Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival

Outside Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, Thursday 27th November
Concurring with Laura White

Honk was the tenth show by the Manchester based artist collective Contents May Vary and the first taken on tour. The exhibition visited four established art venues in the North of England as part of Artranspennine08 and coincided with prominent contemporary art and music events.

Contents May Vary showed work produced and selected in response to the transportation and exhibition context of a white van. The artists incorporate everyday objects through animation, drawing and performance and exhibited three varied individual works with subtle commonalities.

The white van is synonymous with the transit of varied goods and materials and is a regular method of art transportation. Contents May Vary chose to exhibit within the vehicle, leaving the exhibition one step short of it's expected gallery destination.

Contents May Vary, co-founded in 2004, is Alice Bradshaw, Liz Murphy and Richard Shields. The collective organise and curate large scale group shows in diverse spaces as well as exhibit individually. They also run an independent, internationally distributed, Contents May Vary publication.

Contents May Vary are currently part of Castlefield Gallery's Project Space, a programme that supports artists through sustained periods of bespoke professional development activities, funded by Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and Arts Council England.

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