“The exquisite corpse will drink the young wine” I am inviting women of all ages to take part in this collaborative project. You do not need to be an artisan or of any artistic persuasion, although you are required to make and do (using your hands, feet or any other applied technique you wish). The Surrealists developed a game they called Exquisite Corpse from an old parlor game known as Consequences. Players each take a turn writing on a sheet of paper, fold it to conceal the writing, and pass it to the next player for a further contribution. In the parlor game of Consequences, each player takes up the spoken story, where the last player left off. The idea of leaving things to chance. No one can predict how the narrative will end or how the story unfolds. A book will soon be passed to you by invitation for your contribution to the book’s (visual) narrative. In a similar vein to the Traveling Moleskine projects, but here, you are invited to “read” the previous visual works and continue the narrative as you have interpreted it so far, in your own way, be it drawing, painting, photograhy, text, collage, mixed media, found, furry, funny, fantasy, freaky, frantic... There is no singular theme and there are no rules except that your creative input is a response to (interpretation of) the previous pages as you have read them. It is hoped that the finished book and the works within will be exhibited in a planned exhibition of other works as part of The Sunday Sewing Club collaboration project. More information to come as it is realised. Enjoy your reading and create!