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Heather and Ivan Morison's latest work at the first One Day Sculpture event in New Zealand was this gargantuan work filling a street in the centre of Wellington, Journée des barricades. The brief was: "to produce a new work that will occur during a discrete 24-hour period over the course of one year." The scuplture, continuing the Morison's vision of a world teetering on the edge of impending chaos, was erected on the night of 13th December, created out of urban debris including wrecked vehicles, and dismantled the following night.

Heather and Ivan Morison's latest work at the first One Day Sculpture event in New Zealand was this gargantuan work filling a street in the centre of Wellington, Journée des barricades. The brief was: "to produce a new work that will occur during a discrete 24-hour period over the course of one year." The scuplture, continuing the Morison's vision of a world teetering on the edge of impending chaos, was erected on the night of 13th December, created out of urban debris including wrecked vehicles, and dismantled the following night.

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