Members of The Lombard Method were invited back to Birmingham City University, where seven of the eight artists studied, to exhibit at the university’s new project space ‘Article’. The Lombard Method invited Sean Edwards to curate the exhibition, and write a short text;
. . .This may be an exhibition brought about solely by location, coincidence and time, all of the artists graduated within a year of each other, but what is clear from these range of practices brought together is that the Lombard Method is clearly more than just a studio space. Having been involved in various knowledge sharing events in the wider field of Birmingham and beyond, what runs through this group is a sense that through enquiry comes a new understanding of both the future and the past. That in dialogue, what appears to have been and what could be is never fixed but always open to change. . .