Monday, August 06, 2012

Child’s play

Turner prize winner Jeremy Deller’s work Sacrilege is doing the hard yards for the Olympics as it is dragged round the country as light ent. And so it should being a 35-metre bouncy castle that looks like Stonehenge. 

It's all part of wave of BC art that has been trending over the last few years - more fun than skulls, doesn’t break like white neon and definitely safer than swinging on chandeliers

Images: top left, Jeremy Deller’s Sacrilege and right, White Bouncy Castle by William Forsythe. Middle left, Brook Andrew's Jumping Castle War Memorial, right, Laughing my guts out by Andy Best. Bottom left, NZ's own Inez Crawford with Bouncy Marae and right, Drift by David Cross