Yesterday I went with a friend to this magnificent exhibition - it was almost overwhelming in its size and detail. I'd highly recommend a visit - have a look at the video in the link.
I'm embarrassed to admit that I've never heard of this Edinburgh-born artist; maybe some of you are better informed!
The Procession invites visitors to ‘reflect on the cycles of history, and the ebb and flow of cultures, people and finance and power.’ Tate Britain’s founder was art lover and sugar refining magnate Henry Tate. In the installation Locke says he ‘makes links with the historical after-effects of the sugar business, almost drawing out of the walls of the building,’ also revisiting his artistic journey so far, including for example work with statues, share certificates, cardboard, rising sea levels, Carnival and the military
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