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Monday 10 October 2005 10.47am
..of towering semi-opaque white structures.

Good Lord, it must be the new sculpture in the Turbine Hall opening today. Must pop in on the way home. Mind you, the only turbine exhibit I went back several times to see was the Sunset. I shouldn't pre-judge, but i doubt if this pile of boxes will be worth a second visit.
Monday 10 October 2005 10.55am
Just back from the press view. It doesn't open to the public till tomorrow.

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Monday 10 October 2005 10.58am
Cheers James. as a lowly commoner I guess I'll have to wait another 24 hours.

PS. Are you recommending it ?



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Monday 10 October 2005 11.12am
I'd say it was worth a look.

14,000 casts of cardboard boxes.

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Monday 10 October 2005 11.28am
well. that's it. you've both spoilt the surprise for me ;0)

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Monday 10 October 2005 12.55pm
An insulin users nightmare ...
Monday 10 October 2005 1.54pm
First one to the top is king of the castle ...
Tuesday 11 October 2005 1.41pm
What a load of b..b..b..bo..boxes!!!

I'd like to propose a competition to see who can put their moniker on the highest box.
I was thrown out of the Tate this afternoon for this effort. Can you do better? No cheating.




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Wednesday 12 October 2005 12.59pm
James Hatts Wrote:
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> I'd say it was worth a look.
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> 14,000 casts of cardboard boxes.
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But these are made of non-biodegradeable polyethylene - how will they get disposed of?

Good effect on the environment - makes a complete mockery of trying to cut down on the use of poly bags.

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