Mulling a bit over responses to Kettle's Yard, mine and yours, and matters of how we live, where we live.
Meanwhile, though we can't live in a museum, and though we aren't allowed to touch the mobiles or pebbles or paintings, you are very welcome to sit on any of the seating, of which there is plenty, and people sometimes do.
This lady works here, so she probably gets to try out all the chairs. And there really are a lot of lovely chairs.
and a couple of sofas too, though I didn't see anyone sprawling on those.
(Tom says if this England - Italy match goes into extra time he's going to bed. Molly's snoring insouciantly, she'd rather be watching the all-black version of Julius Caesar on BBC4).