Although Loophole is free, it is limited. Two editions are produced quarterly in one print run and once the copies have been distributed and picked up, they will no longer be available in printed form. The aim of this is to make the works situational and hopefully instill their content with a value that would be lost if they were easily re-printed.
Participating venues include:
Aune Head Arts
G39 & WARP
Old School Room
Glynn Vivian Gallery
Aber Arts Centre
Rhyl Arts Centre
As well as the above the editions will be at more 'everyday' public spaces in the area the edition is the subject of, such as Job Centres, Tourist Information Centres, and Libraries.
PDF versions of each of the editions will soon be available for anyone who failed to get a printed one.
Loophole is listed in the Visual Arts South West Directory.