Thanks to all the artists and the performers, qu**rs, queens, movie-goers, fans, family, friends, and literally everybody who helped in any way at all with our two-year run. It has been an absolute privilege to be the organiser of onetwothree and give so many people the space to show, or the platform to perform, shout, entertain, and educate. Even though we are closed, I am certain that many of the people who showed in our space or began something new because of onetwothree having the space to make it happen, will be seen and celebrated in new ways in the years to come. I personally want to thank my boyfriend Jaret for helping me fund and supporting this endeavour, and the team that helped me get started: Vincent Julia, Anne, and Giuliano. People who supported and helped out with a huge number of things, from loaning cars for carting equipment (Ana), painting and cleaning the entire space and renovating the cellar bar Hedda (Stephen) and to those who helped behind the bar (Shannon and Matt Shutkowski). To the many artists who exhibited their work or performed from across the world, including Mexico, Germany, Portugal, America, Australia, Poland, Austria, Belarus, and Czech Republic, thank you for bringing your work and your passion to our little space. To those who came to the poetry evenings run by Kyle and Leo, and of course the painting parties which were attended by a huge number of people, thank you. To the people who supported Vivienne Lovecraft's House Of Love, and the many movie nights, and all the q***r community events that were run in our space, thank you so much for your support and commitment to what is possible when people believe in something. If I've forgotten anyone, sorry, but know that I love you and what you brought to the project.
Thank you once again, and I look forward to sharing my next projects with all of you very soon.