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Roger Hiorns
by Lost At E Minor
on 18 November 2008
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In an abandoned apartment in the south of the city, Roger Hiorns turned the idea of sculpture inside out, covering the walls of a room with copper sulphate solution which, after a few weeks, transformed into bright blue copper sulphate crystals. Whether there's any political message in covering a room in crystals in Elephant and Castle, certainly one of London's less affluent neighborhoods, has been left open to debate.

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