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© Hew Locke. All rights reserved, DACS 2022. Photo credit: Paul Francis / Art UK

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The artist states: 'A group of cast iron grave markers, the artist’s original designs relate to the share certificates and historical documents of former commercial companies, which no longer exist or changed through takeovers, bankruptcy, nationalisation or other economic or political changes'.

Date

2010

Medium

cast iron

Accession number

BS2_PF_S178

Acquisition method

commissioned by Bristol City Council

Work type

Sign or marker

Owner

Bristol City Council

Custodian

Bristol City Council

Work status

extant

Access

at all times


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Located at

Surrey Street, Bristol City

BS2_PF_S178

Next to the Old Brunswick Cemetery at the rear of the Unitarian Meeting Hall between Surrey Street and Wilder Street.