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Beyond Limits: Tongue in Cheek

Posted in Art, Beyond Limits, Family Outings by Dennis Wright on October 5, 2013

Another sculpture by Tony Cragg. This one is Tongue in Cheek.

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I was trying to work out whether the title was supposed to work on a number of levels. That is, was it supposed to look literally like a rolled up tongue inside a cheek, as well as representing something intended as fun and playful?

Questions of interpretation apart, the sculptures in the Beyond Limits exhibition were in general very accessible in the sense that they were eye-catching and enjoyable for their own sake. Just back in August, Naomi and I had been to Venice and were somewhere between bemused and sickened by some of what passes for art at the Biennale fringe events.

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