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A participative installation created for Gallery 24 next to Tate Modern in London. It is made from paper drinking cones fixed to the floor. The viewer enters through the door from the street to stand on a mat entirely surrounded by a clean white paper landscape. Some people choose to follow the footsteps of others so creating little damage whilst others choose new lines savouring the satisfying crunch underfoot.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationUnit 24 Gallery, Southbank, London
Publication statusPublished - 2014


  • breaking destruction art participation


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