Toilet Project by Meekyoung Shin

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Art is everywhere, even in the public toilets!

“London-based Korean artist Meekyoung Shin recently installed a series of sculptures made out of soap in the bathrooms of 16 galleries and museums in 15 cities across the United Kingdom. The interactive installation appropriately titled “Toilet Project”, invites visitors to use the sculptures to wash their hands. eventually softening and erasing the details and features of the statuettes. Shin’s soap creations will be in place until October at galleries including Birmingham’s IKON Gallery, The Scottish National Museum of Modern Art and the Yorkshire Sculpture Park ”


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You can view the statues at the following venues:

CASS Sculpture Foundation (Chichester)
Centre of Contemporary Art (Glasgow)
Craft Study Centre (Farnham)
Edinburgh International Festival (Edinburgh)
Grundy Art Gallery (Blackpool)
The Holburne Museum (Bath)
IKON Gallery (Birmingham)
Korean Cultural Centre UK (London)
Lakeside Art Centre (Nottingham)
Leach Pottery (St. Ives)
The National Centre for Craft and Design (Lincolnshire)
Oriental Museum (Durham)
Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum (Bournemouth)
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Edinburgh)
Yorkshire Sculpture Park (Wakefield)

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