What is next for this unique and quinessentially British work of art?
It encapsulates so much of a distinctive period of British art:
- it is the dramatic expression of a medal winning artist working during one of Britains mose creative artistic post-war periods
- it is an innovative response to the strong love affair Britain has with oil and machines, with racing cars and motor bikes and speed
- and it is an extraordinary achievement - 1,000 square feet of cast aluminium held on a wall in a London building.
It is in sections now, just as it was once in Geoffrey Clarke’s studio in Stowe, but sometime we hope it will be installed in an appropriate location so its surprising energy and awe-inspiring vision of technology can be experienced again ...
... if there a gallery with a big enough wall!