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Shrinking Device (from the exhibition, 'Impossible Garden')
Shrinking Device (from the exhibition, 'Impossible Garden')
Shrinking Device (from the exhibition, 'Impossible Garden')
Shrinking Device (from the exhibition, 'Impossible Garden')
Shrinking Device (from the exhibition, 'Impossible Garden')

© Luke Jerram. Photo credit: Paul Francis / Art UK

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The artist states: 'An oversized picnic table and benches – designed to challenged your perception of size in relation to your expectation. The Impossible Garden uses sculptural installations to spark debate about how we see, and how visual impairments can affect our perception of the world around us'.





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commissioned by Luke Jerram

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Luke Jeram


Bristol Botanic Gardens

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Located at

Stoke Park Road, Bristol City


Sited by the east wall of Bristol University Botanic Garden.