BREATHING SPACE Discussion Forum
BREATHING SPACE is the third artwork installed as part of the Crowther Re-interpreted project. Created by artist Julie Gough, BREATHING SPACE is an intervention that disrupts the statue of Dr William Lodewyk Crowther within Franklin Square, and in doing so temporarily creates a break for those pained by its presence.
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