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Water Made it Wet
Water Made it Wet
Water Made it Wet
Water Made it Wet
Water Made it Wet
Water Made it Wet
Water Made it Wet
Water Made it Wet
Water Made it Wet

© ARS, NY and DACS, London 2021. Photo credit: Steven Smith / Art UK

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This text work is located on an old railway bridge over the Bolton Bury canal in Radcliffe and represents the artist’s attempt to understand the nature of water itself. Weiner is one of the central figures of late twentieth century art and is thought to be one of the founders of conceptualism. Since the mid-1960s, Weiner has used written language as his primary material.



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Located at

Manchester, Bolton & Bury Canal, Bury

M26 2TZ

Set on the bridge carrying the Banana Path which links Spring Lane to Greenbank Road.