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OK! Cherub!

OK! Cherub! Bruce Asbestos

 

Feb - June 2022 Bluecoat, Liverpool, UK

Newly commissioned work by Bruce Asbestos includes three giant inflatable sculptures: a yellow worm, a collection of frogspawn and a giant arm.

Each sculpture represents, and takes its name from, a different aspect of positive mental health. A giant yellow worm represents Rest, a group of green frogspawn represents Community and a giant cartoon arm represents Connection.

 

The work has been developed in response to the Bluecoat's historic building and courtyard, particularly the architectural features such as the cherubs that adorn the façade.

https://www.thebluecoat.org.uk/whatson/bruce-asbestos-ok-cherubs

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Photos by Rob Battersby