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Bloody meat tents pay tribute to nuclear protesters

18
Feb
2014

Andrea Hasler has spent the last few months making meat sculptures. Hasler began her project in August 2013, after being commissioned by New Greenham Arts in Berkshire, England. In the 1980s, a group of women staged a massive and long-standing demonstration at Greenham Common to protest against the nuclear weapons that were stored there at the time. The tents Hasler constructed are reminiscent of those that housed the protesters, though they have a distinctly human, fleshlike aesthetic.

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