The exhibit was fabulous, even 'better' than I expected. I stayed there for some time. The images are just so out and out crazy. I took a few photos, but I'm too weary to bother tryinfg to post them just now.
There was also a show of work by Hassan Musa, the Sudanese-born artist, mostly the 'mail art' he did, mainly in the 80's and 90's. It's delightful, and unexpectedly, he was there in person, giving a brief introduction, and doing a Q&A. He's a lovely bloke, very gentle and wise. I really enjoyed his talk.
By the time I got home, it had dried out, and I had no excuse not to exercise, although I felt knackered, so I did, then collapsed and watched that BBC4 documentary about the Bros reunion concert. I've never had any interest in them, but this was pretty good, focusing on their fractious love/hate relationship, and I found it rather moving. (It's on iPlayer-)