Light & Dark

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


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Nelly, Mark di Suvero, 1986, Steel

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


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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)


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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)


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Why not go and see Dancing In The Streets, installed in St Helen's Square next to Cafe Nero, 16 Davygate, York Y01 8RJ. It activates after nightfall, and is completely free.

You might want to wear warm clothing, but remember that the system picks up body heat mainly from your hands and face.
12th Mar 2005, 13:41   comments (6)