Item NMC/0873B - The Do It Yourself Guide to Urban Wildlife

The Do It Yourself Guide to Urban Wildlife (Version 1) The Do It Yourself Guide to Urban Wildlife (Version 2) The Do It Yourself Guide to Urban Wildlife (Version 3)

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The Do It Yourself Guide to Urban Wildlife


  • 2006 (Creation)

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2 of 2

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Plastic speciman jar containing 'bug' made from Irn Bru can.

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Sage Brice grew up in London and Jerusalem, studied at the Glasgow School of Art (BA (Hons) Environmental Art, 2006; W O Hutchison prizewinner) and has lived and worked in cities across the UK, Europe and the Middle East.
She works across media and fields of professional practice, encompassing drawing, sculpture, installation, public interventions, illustration, painting and design. Her work is characterised by a love of anecdotic detail, a combination of sincerity and wry humour, an interest in human interactions with/in nature, and a conscious approach to the social and political aspects of art, production and life.

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This item is currently on display in The Glasgow School of Art's Reid Building. For access information please email

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Artist won W.O. Hutchison prize, June 2006.

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Printed booklet, plastic bottle, scrap aluminium

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