Ellie Hewitt, London - United Kingdom - on 2/8/12
As curators of the fine art of Electronic Music here at Pulse, we respect all other art forms. Including Corinne Felgate's bizarre decision to release 8,000 rubber ducks in Margate into the sea, by leaving them on the beach for people to pick up. Despite Corinne's careful design (the ducks are of course, super environmentally friendly) health and safety have come crashing down on her quirky little idea saying that she had to go and get all the ducks before they could be washed away as intended. A project commissioned by the Tate Gallery as part of the Turbine Generation Project, Corinne was inspired by the story of 28,000 ducks getting lost in the Pacific Ocean in 1992 and wanted the ducks to wash away or be found by unsuspecting passers by. Poor girl, after being told off, she had to pick up 8,000 ducks made of jesmonite - bio degradable material, with some help of some friends.
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