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Still Life with TV Set
Still Life with TV Set
Still Life with TV Set
Still Life with TV Set

© the artist. Photo credit: Harlow Council

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Watson has dedicated his artistic life to making still lifes (all his sculptures are called 'Still Life'). He is fascinated by the stillness of inanimate objects, as well as the meanings that they hold. For example, coverless books are meaningless until opened, and with Watson’s books you can never open them. Inspired by seeing his brother’s TV on some antiquarian books in his London flat, this work refers to forms of communication.

Barbara Castle Health Centre

Harlow


Date

1985

Medium

Ancaster limestone

Accession number

3

Work type

Sculpture


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Barbara Castle Health Centre

Broadley Road, Harlow, Essex CM19 5SJ England

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