Thursday, 12 September 2013

Work acquired by Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Seizure at Yorkshire Sculpture Park.

In 2008, contemporary artist Roger Hiorns oversaw the creation of one of most unique works of art in recent memory by pumping over 74,000 litres of copper sulphate solution into a condemned London flat. The result saw the building’s interior coated with otherworldly blue crystals that formed on the walls, floor, ceiling, and even a bathtub.

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