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Photographs depicting some historical and contemporary examples of people joining together in collective action commemorating the trade union movement. The piece is illuminated by an LED colour change system.
Located on the site of the former TGWU Headquarters, the artwork is a tribute to the strong trade unionist tradition in Salford. It is part of the Irwell Sculpture Trail.
Title

Rise

Date

2004

Medium

photographs & LEDs

Accession number

M5_MH_S051

Acquisition method

commissioned by Irwell Valley Housing Association

Work type

Sculpture

Owner

Irwell Valley Housing Association

Custodian

Salford City Council

Work status

extant

Unveiling date

2004

Access

at all times

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Located at

Chapel Street, Salford

M5 4JN

Located at the junction of Chapel Street and Oldfield Road.