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Perceval, a life-sized sculpture by British artist Sarah Lucas, will be exhibited at Snape from January 2010.
A replica of a popular knick-knack that adorns many mantelpieces, the sculpture is a painted bronze Shire horse pulling a cart, overflowing with two giant marrows that have been cast in cement. It stands 7.5 feet tall by 13 feel long, and weighs 5 tons.
Sarah Lucas was born in 1962 and lives and works in Suffolk and London. She studied at London College of Printmaking and Goldsmith’s College.
By kind permission of Kerr Farms.
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Skystation by Peter Newman
Skystation is a unique public sculptural seating project resulting from an innovative interdisciplinary collaboration between artist Peter Newman and cultural agency Futurecity.
Inspired by Le Corbusier’s LC4 Chaise Longue, the Skystation is a circular outdoor seat with contours intended to fit the human form.
‘Skystation offers a rare opportunity ... to stop for a minute, lie back and enjoy the sense of space above. The seat makes conversations between strangers almost inevitable.’ Peter Newman
On the Hepworth Lawn at Snape.
By kind permission of Futurecity. Cultural agency Futurecity are the curators of the Skystation edition, a unique public sculptural seating project by artist Peter Newman.