Twitter or Teeshirts? Neil Phillips' 366 Teeshirts project wrap party, this Friday at the Ironworks in Oswestry.

Neil Phillips’ 366 Teeshirts project wrap party, this Friday at the Ironworks in Oswestry.

Neil Phillips is concluding his fantastic 366 Teeshirts project with “An Audience with 366 Teeshirts” at The Ironworks, this Friday.

For those of you who have been living under a rock this past year, 366 Teeshirts was Neil’s fantastic year-long art (?) project, featuring him wearing a new teeshirt every day for a whole year. Each teeshirt was emblazoned with a short message cut’n’pasted from real conversations – sometimes funny, sometimes surreal, sometimes political, sometimes poignant. It’s been an art (?) project unlike any other: a little bit culture-jam, a little bit soapbox, a sort of Face-to-Facebook – a Twitter feed from life’s laundry basket.

I say “art (?)” with the question mark, as even Neil’s not sure whether it’s “art” or not. This coming Friday, he’ll try and explain what it was all about with a massive exhibition of the teeshirts, some film, some music, a slideshow, and some impromptu interviews. Even if we never find out what it all means/meant, Friday’s certain to be hugely entertaining. See you there!

An Audience with 366 Teeshirts

Ironworks, Oswestry – Friday, January 11, 8pm

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