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Runaway Rotavator
Runaway Rotavator
Runaway Rotavator
Runaway Rotavator
Runaway Rotavator
Runaway Rotavator
Runaway Rotavator
Runaway Rotavator
Runaway Rotavator

© the artist. Photo credit: Tracy Jenkins / Art UK

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Allan Sly submitted ideas for a sculpture to be sited outside Harlow Sports Centre and ‘Runaway Rotavator’ was commissioned in 1991 by Harlow Art Trust from the four maquettes offered. The work was re-sited when the sports centre was redeveloped into housing. ‘Runaway Rotavator’ was relocated to the Poundland Distribution Centre, near the Roydon Road roundabout after Sly visited and suggested repairs.


Medium

iron & resin

Measurements

H 183 x W 122 x D 244 cm

Accession number

CM19_TJ_S006

Acquisition method

commissioned by Harlow Art Trust, 1991

Work type

Statue

Owner

Harlow Art Trust

Custodian

Harlow Art Trust

Work status

extant

Listing status

not listed

Unveiling date

1991

Access

at all times


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Located at

Elizabeth Way, Harlow

CM19 5BD