Bouncy-castle style Stonehenge on display in international inflatable exhibition
Wednesday 24 April 2013
A life-size inflatable replica of famous British landmark Stonehenge has gone on display in Hong Kong as part of an inflatable exhibition.
Visitors are encouraged to clamber over and bounce on the work of art named 'Sacrilege 2012', which was created by British artist Jeremy Deller.
The exhibition also hosts five other installations at the Mobile M+ Inflation! exhibition. The Stonehenge replica stands alongside other inflatable installations such as a huge black cockroach and a giant pig.
Lars Nittve, executive director of M+, described bouncing on the piece as "liberating".
The exhibition opens to the public tomorrow and closes on 9 June.
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