Damien Hirst's sculpture
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Damien Hirst's giant Bristol sculpture

A giant sculpture created by Damien Hirst has been hoisted up onto an art gallery in Bristol.

The 22ft (6.7m) high statue is based on a Spastics Society collection box which fell out of use in the 1980s. The charity was renamed as Scope in 1994.

Michelle Pascal reports.

Louisa Davison and Julie Seddon from the Royal West of England Academy of Art contributed to this report.

  • 03 Jun 2011
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