Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Stop the presses - competion news.


Big news: good and bad.

I have a winner of a combat bracelet – congratulations to SB for getting the right answer after some very clever googling and a bit of inside knowledge.

However, there has been an intervention from The International Olympic Committee and this is their ruling;

SB knows me and that may have given her a slight advantage. So the bracelet fitting goes ahead but the competition continues – only open now to anyone who has never met me in person.

All I’ve got to do is remember how to do the knots on that bracelet

CLUE No 14

Here’s the question;

7000 what? By whom?


Clue Number 14;

He died in 1986.

The story so far;

It’s a work of art by one of my favourite 20th century artists. If it’s a sculpture, it’s the biggest sculpture ever made. If it’s performance art it will be the longest performance…..ever.

He was very European, a sculptor and an early pioneer of performance art. He was enigmatic, charismatic and created a myth around his life which became a performance in itself.

Some of his sculptures were very intimate – vitrines (small glass cases) filled with everyday objects while others were huge and brutal depictions of a brutal century.

When you’ve got the answer, e-mail it in to me at;

The first right answer wins a combat bracelet, made by me.

Neil Harris

(a don’t stop till you drop production)



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