There’s little information offered regarding the exhibition itself, aside from the the promise of new collaborative and individual work by the artist’s to be shown in the art space’s garden. The title presumably refers to The Smiths song of the same name from 1984, a short track and one of the most famous by the seminal UK band that features a sad optimism in lyrics referencing dreams in a life marred by adversity: “Lord knows it would be the first time.”
Run by Lydia Glenn-Murray, renovated storefront, project and art space Chin’s Push plays host to concerts, screenings and installations, most recently showing an exhibition by Oa4s called True butterfly.
Ed’s note: The event has been updated from what was originally scheduled for April 8, since postponed to April 14.
See the FB event page for (limited) details.**