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Presenting lighting, theatre and weather: formerly from the hills of Yorkshire, with bits and pieces of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and trips to Edinburgh; when the music stops, where will neel end up?
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Over in the education section there's a big area full of the most random, haphazardly constructed "sculptural objects".
13th Mar 2005, 18:15   comments (0)

Slabs

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Environments Project: Birdtable, Shaun Pickard, 1999, Concrete
13th Mar 2005, 18:09   comments (3)

I-Beam

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Nelly, Mark di Suvero, 1986, Steel

This one's pretty new, apparently.
13th Mar 2005, 18:07   comments (0)

Hepworth

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Two Forms (Divided Circle), Barbara Hepworth, 1969, Bronze

I was out and about in the Sculpture Park today: phonecam stuff here, arty-farty B&W; stuff will be over here once I've sorted through them.
13th Mar 2005, 17:55   comments (0)

New Lows

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"You could pay me back... now... but not with money..."
13th Mar 2005, 01:21   comments (1)

Field

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You can't see it, but there's a small, pink child's bycycle slumped in those tire tracks between the posts. I saw it on the bus going in, and gave it a shot on the way back.
12th Mar 2005, 22:21   comments (0)

Got The Horn

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Arkville Minotaur, Michael Ayrton, 1968-69, Bronze

This fella has big loops, if you know what I mean. Not very family friendly, hem hem.
12th Mar 2005, 21:58   comments (0)

Seven Days Ago...

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Mr Len Corby, the ghost of his former self.
12th Mar 2005, 20:39   comments (1)