When I got home I put the poster in the mount, removed all the protective film on the perspex and it was ready for my partner to hang on the wall above the bed. Here's a photo of what it looks like now my partner has kindly hung it in place. I have a couple more posters I'd like to hang from a couple of fashion exhibitions I've been to, but they will have to wait until I have some spare cash for the frame.
I particularly like the quilt or hanging pictured on this poster, and would like to try some kind of quilt project involving the transfer of photographic images onto fabric, a kind of family tree wall hanging or quilt. This aspect of the exhibition I found incredibly inspiring and soon after I bought some iron on transfer sheets to photocopy photographs onto before ironing them on to fabric. I haven't set about making it yet though. Maybe in another 3 years time. Only joking.
I figured that this might be a nice project to bring photos of those dear to me into use in daily life. Imagine wrapping yourself up in a lap quilt made up of photos of your loved ones. It would be like getting a big hug from them, especially if they are no longer with you. It would also be something that I could then pass on to my daughter, as a family heirloom, and would make a lovely gift to send to my sisters in Australia and Yorkshire.