Installation Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London. Reflecting on moments of war, an installation with sculpted arms, candles signifying the human spirit, the flame represents life force and it’s destructive powers. Crumpled up messages from the survivors and witnesses of moments of war dating from several years a go until the present day, lay scattered on the floor. Which during the installation people picked up read and took away with them.

Specifications

1996
mixed media & sculpted arms
28x8x8cm



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