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Stonehenge, Wilts.

Time Lapse footage of Turner prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller’s bouncy castle Stonehenge installation, filmed after a rainy day’s bouncing at Flag Fen, Peterborough. Background music comes from our favourite Jeremy Deller project – Acid Brass – a musical collaboration with the Williams Fairey Brass Band fusing the music of a traditional brass band with acid house and Detroit techno. Tune!

Touring as part of the Cultural Olympiad and sponsored by the London Mayors Office and the Arts Council, check out the Sacrilege Website to see if they’re landing near you. Bouncing around on this bad boy was twice as much fun as it looks, and it looks like LOADS of fun.

BouncyBouncyBouncyBouncyBouncyBouncy….

Carrowkeel

Journeys through grief – Part 3

The Galway to Ballinasloe N6 road scheme in the Republic of Ireland was 56 km long: metre for metre, one of the largest archaeological projects anywhere in the world. The archaeology found along the scheme has shed new light on the treatment of the dead at crucial stages of Irish history. In the final of our three part series we assess the evidence. Read more

Early Medieval Cemetery Settlement Carrowkeel

Journeys Through Grief – Part 2

The Galway to Ballinasloe N6 road scheme in the Republic of Ireland was 56 km long: metre for metre, one of the largest archaeological projects anywhere in the world. The archaeology found along the scheme has shed new light on the treatment of the dead at crucial stages of Irish history. In the Second of our three part series we assess the evidence. Read more

Carowkeel - Early Medieval Killeen Cemetery

Journeys Through Grief – Part 1

The Galway to Ballinasloe N6 road scheme in the Republic of Ireland was 56 km long: metre for metre, one of the largest archaeological projects anywhere in the world. The archaeology found along the scheme has shed new light on the treatment of the dead at crucial stages of Irish history. In the first of our new three part series we assess the evidence. Read more