Jupiter Proposals
Jupiter Proposals
Jupiter Proposals
Jupiter Proposals
Jupiter Proposals

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From 1st December 2008 to 31st January 2009, Peter Liversidge typed and submitted 134 proposals for Jupiter Artland.

Ranging from the sublime to the ridiculous, these suggestions include creating a snowstorm on the roof of Bonnington House on midsummer’s day, to installing a sign in the grounds showing the distance to the planet Jupiter upon the day of its installation. A number of these proposals will be realised by the artist, and all 134 are collated in a new book published by Jupiter Artland, 'Jupiter Proposals'.

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Jupiter Proposals




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