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You Worry Me
Jonathan McBurnie & Jack Rodgers
14th May - 24th May

Jack Rogers' and Jonathan McBurnie's exhibition You Worry Me will indeed worry you. Messing around with ink and paint is a preoccupation of both 'artists', and has precluded any kind of normal, healthy development of boys their age. In fact, this exhibition is a part of their legal probation requirement, in an effort to enforce a smooth transition back into society. It is important that, should you attend the exhibition, you refer to the boys as artists, rather than terms such as 'creatives', 'arty', 'cartoonists' or 'illustrators', which will be perceived, in their mutual state of delusion, as offensive, and possibly send them flying into fits of art history mumbo-jumbo. Both artists are prone to outbursts of twitching, sodomy and general misanthropy, and should be handled with care.