Gardens seen in new perspective

VIEWPOINT: Katharine Shock with one of the sculptures

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A PHOTOGRAPHY-themed exhibition at the Turrill Sculpture Garden in Oxford comes to a close this weekend.

The work by sculptor Jack Eden was set up in the grounds of Summertown Library, in South Parade.

The six monoliths of the Aperture exhibition aimed to show the garden from a different perspective – through rectangular windows in the artwork. Photo-sized gaps in the sculptures gave an enclosed viewpoint.

Sculpture coordinator Katharine Shock said: “The idea is you look through them and see the garden in a new way. It is exciting to try out different things – unlike the other sculptures we have had, this is conceptual.”

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