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About this film

A crumpled ball of paper sits in a glass case amongst marble busts and oil paintings in Manchester Art Gallery. How can scrunched up paper be a work of art? These students from Abraham Moss Community School have many questions for the gallery's curator and come to their own conclusions. Watch the film and see what you think.

This is one of a series of films made in collaboration with young people across the UK, who explore and express their views on sculpture in public collections.

Work No. 88

Work No. 88

Manchester Art Gallery


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