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'''Artist:''' peter kennard
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'''Artist:''' Peter Kennard (b. 1949)
  
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'''Confronting Bodies:''' Sponsor and commssioner (Orange) of 'brighten up London campaign'
  
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'''Date of Action:''' December 2003
  
'''Confronting Bodies:''' sponsor and commssioner (Orange): 'brighten up London campaign'
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'''Location:''' Trinity House, City of London, UK
  
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'''Description of Artwork:''' light projection representing 'a painting of the Virgin Mary, replacing her face with an image of the Earth and turning her halo into a peace symbol' <P>
  
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'''The Incident:''' Work not presented on the grounds that 'what we were looking for was something that people from little children to grandparents could appreciate' <P>
  
'''Dates of Action:''' December 2003
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'''Results of Incident:''' Work was not presented. <P>
 
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'''Location:''' Trinity House, City of London, (UK)
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'''Description of Artwork:''' light projection representing 'a painting of the Virgin Mary, replacing ehr face with an image of the Earth and turning her halo into a peace symbol' <P>
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'''The Incident:''' work not presented on grounds that 'what we were looking for was somethiing that people from littel children to grandparents could appreciate' <P>
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'''Results of Incident:''' work not presented <P>
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'''Source:''' Peter Kennard, 'Hung out to dry by the sponsors: Art's corporate backers decide what we can see in public spaces' Guardian (London and Manchester), Tuesday 30 December 2003 in the comment section and also on www.guardian.co.uk
 
'''Source:''' Peter Kennard, 'Hung out to dry by the sponsors: Art's corporate backers decide what we can see in public spaces' Guardian (London and Manchester), Tuesday 30 December 2003 in the comment section and also on www.guardian.co.uk
  
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Latest revision as of 12:30, 6 January 2012

Date: 2003

Region: Europe

Subject: Political/Economic/Social Opinion

Medium: Public Art


Artist: Peter Kennard (b. 1949)

Confronting Bodies: Sponsor and commssioner (Orange) of 'brighten up London campaign'

Date of Action: December 2003

Location: Trinity House, City of London, UK

Description of Artwork: light projection representing 'a painting of the Virgin Mary, replacing her face with an image of the Earth and turning her halo into a peace symbol'

The Incident: Work not presented on the grounds that 'what we were looking for was something that people from little children to grandparents could appreciate'

Results of Incident: Work was not presented.

Source: Peter Kennard, 'Hung out to dry by the sponsors: Art's corporate backers decide what we can see in public spaces' Guardian (London and Manchester), Tuesday 30 December 2003 in the comment section and also on www.guardian.co.uk