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Friday, March 07, 2014

Living with Practical Realities, 1978: Courtesy the Artist © Stephen Willats

Within Intermediate Support, Older Adults we are short-staffed at present. I was asked to work this Saturday - tomorrow - but was able to take Wednesday off. This helpfully coincided with a half-day event in Liverpool - Developing (research) proposals for Research for Patient Benefit (RfPB).

In the afternoon I took two hours (with reading to do also) at the Tate, this included:

Keywords: Art, Culture and Society in 1980s Britain

The exhibition included the three photographs displayed below by Stephen Willats. They are usually presented side-by-side. Since the 1970s and 80s the photographs made me wonder about social policy, social care, change and progress.

I was also prompted to recall a visit to a pensioner's club with my nan (maternal grandmother as we called her) in Liverpool in 1969-70.
[Clicking on the photos provides a more legible copy, or see collection link below ].

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group - population

Image source:
Stephen Willats
Living with Practical Realities, 1978
Letraset, gouache and ink on card
3 panels, each 109 x 76 cm

Collection: Tate London

Courtesy the Artist
© Stephen Willats

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