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© DACS 2021. Photo credit: George Ledger / Art UK

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Twenty-two figures set in a large paved area between Littlehaven car park and Littlehaven Beach. Each figure is approximately 1.5 m high and weighs a quarter of a tonne. The artist said 'they look like rolling figures, like tumblers, they are about movement but they can't move'.

Date

1998–2001

Measurements

H 158 x W 80 x D 80 cm

Accession number

NE33_GL_S006

Acquisition method

commissioned as part of the Art on the Riverside project by Tyne and Wear Development Corporation

Work type

Sculpture

Owner

South Tyneside Council

Custodian

South Tyneside Council

Work status

extant

Access

at all times


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Located at

Littlehaven, South Shields

NE33 1LH