It was my second day of voluntary work at the Modern Art Oxford gallery, and the gallery had more people this time, which meant this was a busier day than last week.
First, I had to stand watch over the Rose Finn-Kelcey exhibition. Specifically, the exhibtion space that had a staircase installation that was overlooking a pile of coins that were arranged into the image of Van Gogh’s Sunflowers in a vase. It is a fantastic display, and I highly recommend it for fans of Vincent Van Gogh.
I had to hand out information leaflets to several visitors, at one point I met a foreign visitor and he had trouble understanding me. Fortunately, a senior member of the gallery was on hand to help me sort everything out.
After lunch, I went to the Aleksandra Mir exhibition room and watched over the artwork. I had to ask several visitors to stay within the space and not to cross the white line. Half the people who came into the room stepped over the line and I had to tell them not to do it.
Overall, today was more active than last week, and next week, I will have a special task to perform.