M.E.T. Main. Entrance. Training is far more difficult than you’d imagine. There are so many details we know nothing about when it comes to main entrances, for example, if the entrance has Doric Columns, how would that affect the pose required to main entrance it. The Supervisor, Sir The Supervisor has told the main entrance people at their main entrance training academy that they must build trust with people who are not trained in main entrance. Sir The Supervisor has therefore organised a fun day out and told main entrance trainees to be silly and playful – show everyone how fun and lovely they are:

this is in no way whatsoever anything to do with politics and that kind of stuff – merely a fantasy picture including: crowd of people; odd red creatures; mountains; a rare sense of tranquility

Well. This is a pretty poor attempt at both art and humour. It’s meant to be about there being thin lines everywhere (not rain) and none noticing apart from a poodle and so maybe it’s touching on not being aware enough to see what’s in plain sight, or technology stealing our attention to the present. Who knows? Who cares? There’s far too much crammed into the page, which makes it off-putting and unappealing to look at, but we can all just pretend it’s okay and get on with the next thing. Yes.

I didn’t think it necessary to give this piece a title as it would give away what the picture’s about and also just be repetitive. So I’ll sing instead: Laaa La Weeeeeeeeeeeee Laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaleedoodledoo