Even a Stopped Clock is Right Twice a Day, Aaron Head

01/11/2012

 

Even a Stopped Clock is Right Twice a Day, Aaron Head

01/11/2012

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Aaron Head was the recipient of our summer 2012 mini commission with a new public work sited on Ford End Road, Bedford, ‘Even a Stopped Clock is Right Twice a Day’.

Throughout the month of November Aaron displaced the usual adverts posted at a billboard site in Queens Park. Instead he displayed a large photograph of the scene concealed behind its structure. The resulting effect was a large image that in parts subtly joined up with the scene occurring outside its border.

Guided tours of Bedford also took place, watch them on YouTube:




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