As you know – I admire a minimal aesthetic – simplicity, combined with a good idea and brilliantly executed. These days we often view work only online and miss out on the exhibitions and the presentation of the work, due to living in a different city/country. I think we all agree it is one thing to be able to see the images online, but it is something altogether different – to stand in front of the artwork/project itself. While I did not see Will Nolan’s group exhibition (just finished), at Full Spectrum, I was able to explore it online, by the installation photographs. The open space gallery looks amazing and the artwork is stunningly installed for an engaging experience. And while I was not there, I feel like I have gained a better understanding of Will’s work, then if I would only have viewed his online folio.