Sluggish reflections

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Giant slug by Monster Chetwynd, outside Tate Britain, February 2019

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British artist, Monster Chetwynd, was inspired by the mating habits of leopard slugs (thanks to David Attenborough) to create two blue and white LED-illuminated creatures, that adorned the front of Tate Britain this winter.

I only discovered them on the last day of the exhibition, so there’s no current opportunity to see them in person, but you can read more here.

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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 15 February 2019

Posted as part of Weekend Reflection

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