B1B2-8. Territory & Memory
A very interesting analysis on how and why we react to statues and how to stop the fuss, maybe… Diana, Wollstonecraft, Wilde … why do we keep getting it so wrong with our statues? The Princess of Wales sculpture is the latest example of our strained relationship with this controversial art form Members of the … Continuer la lecture
Sometimes photos are more powerful than words They can touch your heart and soul when words speak to the mind.
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By banning Tiananmen vigils in Hong Kong, China is trying to rewrite history The Communist party is widening its attack on the legacy of 1989 – and criminalising a new generation of activists Fri 4 Jun 2021 by Louisa Lim ‘Last year, tens of thousands of Hongkongers defied a Covid-inspired ban to flock to the … Continuer la lecture
G7 leaders depicted in Mount Recyclemore e-waste sculpture Cornwall art installation created from 20,000 pieces of discarded tech highlights growing threat it poses to environment Mount Recyclemore, the giant sculpture of the G7 leaders, sits on a clifftop near Carbis Bay in Cornwall. Photograph: Hugh R Hastings/Getty Steven Morris Thu 10 Jun 2021 The seven … Continuer la lecture
from ABC Australia, listen to this very interesting presentation & analysis
A public space to grieve a soulmate lost to a virus. Tay, the Aids memorial, in New Steine, Brighton, by Romany Mark Bruce and Morris Singer Art Foundry. Photograph: Lawrence Suss/Art UK Dr Anthony McIntosh, public sculpture manager, Art UK Wed 3 Feb 2021 06.00 GMT This striking memorial, in New Steine gardens, Brighton, … Continuer la lecture