Saturday, February 16, 2008

When good sculpture turns bad 3

The Liverpool arts company Brouhaha International has finally been charged, along with artist Maurice Agis, two years after their inflatable sculpture Dreamspace broke its moorings killing two people and injuring 13 others. The company Brouhahha is owned by the artists son and was created for him by Agis who described it as “surreal, magic, like swimming in a sea of changing colours”. You can read the original story here.

Image: Clockwise from top left, Dreamscape breaks loose