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Mental Spaghetti is an Outsider Art organisation whose name fits the aesthetic of their exhibition The Mind Machine, which took place at the Menier Gallery, London from the 18th – 23rd January. Review by Colin Hambrook.

Marie-Louise Plum's painting Backyard Wrestling shows two purple-coloured figures grappling. Acrylic on canvas.

Marie-Louise Plum, Backyard Wrestling (2016)

Mental Spaghetti is an Outsider Art organisation whose name fits the aesthetic of their exhibition The Mind Machine, which took place at the Menier Gallery, London from the 18th – 23rd January. Review by Colin Hambrook.

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Installation photograph of Yvonne Mabs Francis's three paintings The Bodily Time Machine, Manacles or Bracelets and The Impossibility of Being Inside the Head of Someone Living Menier Gallery

Installation shot of Yvonne Mabs Francis's work at the Menier Gallery.

Mental Spaghetti is an Outsider Art organisation whose name fits the aesthetic of their exhibition The Mind Machine, which took place at the Menier Gallery, London from the 18th – 23rd January. Review by Colin Hambrook.

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Yvonne Mabs Francis's painting The Bodily Time Machine, this colourful painting illustrates the cycle of life from woman to girl, to foetus, showing each incarnation emerging from the other.

Yvonne Mabs Francis, The Bodily Time Machine

Mental Spaghetti is an Outsider Art organisation whose name fits the aesthetic of their exhibition The Mind Machine, which took place at the Menier Gallery, London from the 18th – 23rd January. Review by Colin Hambrook.

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Yvonne Mabs Francis's painting, The Impossibility of Being Inside the Brain of Someone Living. In the painting a tree supports a central head with an exposed brain, which draws new life, fish are in either corner and a dove flies overhead.

Yvonne Mabs Francis, The Impossibility of Being Inside the Brain of Someone Living.

Mental Spaghetti is an Outsider Art organisation whose name fits the aesthetic of their exhibition The Mind Machine, which took place at the Menier Gallery, London from the 18th – 23rd January. Review by Colin Hambrook.

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