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Tatlins Tower and The World (2004)

Collective of artists including Rachel Dagnall, Bob Grieve, Sirko Knüpfer, Simon Polli, Per Sander and Lucy Skaer
Founded
1997
Studied
The Glasgow School of Art
Undertaking a road-trip for GENERATION
Live
Scotland, Norway, Denmark and Germany

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Henry VIII’s Wives are a collective of artists founded in 1997, and include Rachel Dagnall, Bob Grieve, Sirko Knüpfer, Simon Polli, Per Sander and Lucy Skaer. They are based variously in Scotland, Norway, Denmark and Germany, and are all graduates of The Glasgow School of Art. Previous projects include an unsuccessful attempt to make fire by rubbing twigs and a portrait of Che Guevara in coffee beans. In 2002 the group built a 1:1 scale model of Skara Brae for their exhibition Light Without Shadow.

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