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Weapons of Mass Destruction
Will Alexander

 

     

Solo show of paintings and sculptures which resulted from a survey of the surrounding area, as the artists followed his suspisions on a search for Weapons of Mass Destruction.

The show included paintings of Springhill Institute's landlord and the boss of HHS Hire mounted for battle, and a future vision of The Drive-in Church, as well as a bicycle powered washing machine.

The centre-piece for the exhibition- a red, Arizona mountainside installation, acted as a battleground for the exhibition, as persuing war drums were followed by the downhill charge of fifty mounted Red Indian braves, all made out of piano hammers.