Item NMC/1935 - 'A treasured moment on Hope Street' medal

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NMC/1935

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'A treasured moment on Hope Street' medal

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  • 2018 (Creation)

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Medal 'A treasured moment on Hope Street'. Includes portion of traffic cone suspended from bolt. From a series of 16 medals entitled 'Sensing every moment: a celebration of the ordinary'.

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(fl 2011-)

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Ailsa Morrant graduated from The Glasgow School of Art in Silversmithing and Jewellery in 2018. She won the Chairman's Medal and P Wylie Davidson Memorial Prize in 2018. Ailsa was Artist in Residency at GSA in 2018-19 and 2019-20, and has exhibited in a number of countries.

Source: http://www.ailsamorrant.com/, https://gsaarchives.net/2019/05/archive-anecdotes-ailsa-morrant-one-year-on-from-degree-show/

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Purchased from the artist in June 2018 as P Wylie Davidson prize purchase. Accession number JAC/259.

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Copper, steel, resin and plastic. In presentation box.

Dimensions: 100 x 44 x 12 mm

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  • English

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