This pair of sculptures in plaster of Paris was installed outside the Museum of History of Science during June-July 2019 as part of the ‘Tomorrow’s Oxford Heads’ exhibition - celebrating the 350th anniversary of the creation of the original famous Sheldonian Theatre heads in Oxford. The temporary installation, intended to mirror the silhouette of the original heads, imagines what contemporary carved heads could look like in Oxford in the context of a diverse, multicultural city sadly lacking in diversity in its permanent public sculpture.
       
     
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 This pair of sculptures in plaster of Paris was installed outside the Museum of History of Science during June-July 2019 as part of the ‘Tomorrow’s Oxford Heads’ exhibition - celebrating the 350th anniversary of the creation of the original famous Sheldonian Theatre heads in Oxford. The temporary installation, intended to mirror the silhouette of the original heads, imagines what contemporary carved heads could look like in Oxford in the context of a diverse, multicultural city sadly lacking in diversity in its permanent public sculpture.
       
     

This pair of sculptures in plaster of Paris was installed outside the Museum of History of Science during June-July 2019 as part of the ‘Tomorrow’s Oxford Heads’ exhibition - celebrating the 350th anniversary of the creation of the original famous Sheldonian Theatre heads in Oxford. The temporary installation, intended to mirror the silhouette of the original heads, imagines what contemporary carved heads could look like in Oxford in the context of a diverse, multicultural city sadly lacking in diversity in its permanent public sculpture.

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DSC06743.JPG
       
     
DSC06764.JPG
       
     
190617_076.jpg
       
     
DSC06800.JPG