Emily and I have been commissioned by Kettle’s Yard to work weekly with a very talented group of young people resident at The Cambridge Youth Foyer as part of Circuit. We visited a exhibition at Kettle’s yard celebrating the work of Gaudier Brzeska, who died 100 years ago. Jim Ede supported him and collected much of his work, and so it’s just the place to have a retrospective. All our investigations are springing from his work, there is so much to spring from. I watched Ken Russell’s Savage Messiah which captures his energetic approach, and Dorothy Tutin playing Sophie Brzeska is so brilliant, particularly memorable chopping up vegetables and delivering a muttery poetic monologue while she gets pinker and pinker. These photos are from our exploratory visit to the Kettle’s Yard House after hours.