Local decisions are important in the game of PINS. That’s where most decisions are made, locally.
You can learn more here. For now, here are some photocopies to help you make your very own local decision.
A photograph of a collage using photocopies pencils, and pen and ink, showing Louis Napoleon of France, in his role as President of the Second Republic. This image is housed in a stamp album full of empty leaves, once used and since abandoned by the curator’s father, to house his collection of old French stamps. We all know Louis was a C.O. – a disastrous one ultimately. He ended up in Southport, South Lancs at one point. And his son was killed in the Zulu War of 1879. All bad decisions. Can you make a good local decision?
A photograph of a photocopy of a photograph of the works in Accrington centre, near where Intack was. In the snow, in the early 2010s. A place where many decisions were made, making things. Now no decisions are made here. Maybe you can make one last one.
A photograph of a photocopy of a pencil drawing the curator made when he was 17. It’s from a book about either Accringon or Gateshead. He can’t remember which. The lads are showing the dedication you need when a local decision has been made and you get stripped and ready for action.