While Julia Boyd’s audience did their very best to keep their fluids up at the opening she was the hostess with the most. Organising the sales, and greeting the guests while Dickie worked the bar Julia seemed well pleased with the enthusiastic response to her work. Although the exhibition is photographic sometimes you would scarcely know as she employs a plethora of techniques that challenge conventional methods of seeing. While there are photographs on paper Julia prints on almost anything that doesn’t move … from tables to doors to books. Her books are a triumph in fact, transforming these familiar objects into things quite odd. Just when you think you get it she is likely to come up with something completely different presenting photographs that are slightly to entirely obscured with paint. Do yourself a favour and check Julia’s Fluidity over Easter. At CCAS Manuka until 7 April. Also you can buy Julia’s book Fluidity from the Manuka Gallery or later at CCAS Gorman House Gallery.