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Piss Flowers
Piss Flowers
Piss Flowers
Piss Flowers
Piss Flowers

© The Estate of the Artist; Courtesy of Richard Saltoun Gallery, London. Photo credit: Allan Pollok-Morris. Courtesy of Jupiter Artland

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'Piss Flowers' are a group of bronze sculptures – enamelled white to imitate plaster – that resemble flowers. The making of the sculptures however, required the strategic use of the other material invoked in their name.

Jupiter Artland

Edinburgh

Title

Piss Flowers

Date

2016

Medium

enamelled bronze

Accession number

JAC201632

Acquisition method

site-specific acquisition

Work type

Sculpture

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Jupiter Artland

Bonnington House Steadings Wilkieston, Edinburgh, West Lothian EH27 8BY Scotland

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