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Tail of the Pup is a d.i.y artists’ project space based in the outer boroughs of East London. Broadcasting from a converted shed that has a sleek and designed exterior that deliberately contrasts with its ramshackle and bricolaged interior.

The Pup aims to host a diverse programme of artists, designers and cultural producers who will be invited to present significant aspects of their practice, whether it is their work, their theoretical concerns, their experiences, their influences or even their digressions. It is up to them.

We will happily accept high and low culture, mix the sacred and the frivolous, the mainstream and the marginal, the formal and the vernacular, the banal with the spectacular as well as the local and the international.

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Marc Renshaw has a long-established interest in non–places and transitional zones which include motorway services, airports and business parks. His local research point is The Europarc, marketed as ‘the flagship business park of North East Lincolnshire’ and its surrounding environs. The site is a ten minute drive from his rural Lincolnshire home. For Tail of the Pup, Marc focuses upon a 38.5 mile stretch of road – the A180/M180, which runs from the business park to the Doncaster (Hatfield) motorway services. Using the road as an identity projection device, the artist travels along this relentless path to nowhere – documenting his findings in the form of digital drawing, film and text…


Sunday 27th of December 2020

Marc Renshaw has taken part in annual 10k events nationally since 2013. This year, due to the pandemic, he’ll be taking on his annual challenge as a solo event, using Grimsby’s flagship business park – europarc and the surrounding environs as a self-initiated location for his run.

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I wander along Peryton Way as X drifts along Lakeside scanning the invisible waves of digital clutter.

“Perceptual manipulation…constant oxygen reduction…cognitive efficiency…’

X tunes out, drifting towards the 5G 1ms latency rainstorm on the A180 slipway.


Cryway to heaven.

‘This doesn’t make any sense.’

A small pile of horror.

The business zoom meeting has over-run again – amidst talk of blue-sky optimism.

Try to make the most of your liminal friends.

X zooms in on the cloud of greyness.