For the first time ever in London, Morten Søndergaard’s  Wordpharmacy will be exhibited for Steven Fowler’s Fjender project.

From March 15th -31st, The Hardy Tree gallery, just behind Kings Cross St Pancras, will be turned into a fully functioning poetic chemist’s, a pharmacy for the avant garde poet, replete with stocked shelves, white-coated pharmacist and a near endless supply of word-drugs.

There will be a special reading/preview on Thursday March  20th, 7.30pm, at the Hardy Tree gallery. Free entry. A half dozen British based poets have been commissioned to write, or conceive of, original works that respond to the ideas and concepts of the project. On this evening brand new work from Alison Gibb, David Berridge, Claire Trevien, Andy Spragg, Prudence Chamberlain, Fabian MacPherson & of course, Morten Søndergaard himself will be shared.

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