Whizz Pops

Mixed media (acrylic, glass, steel, optical fibre, light source)

Whilst working in the studio Munro came across collection of materials that happened to have been left on a work bench together. What followed was a collusion of glass and acrylic that resulted in the basic premise of the piece. Munro then imagined the form repeated over, and over in close proximity to create a bubble-like mass. For the title of the piece, Whizz Pops, Munro drew inspiration from a literary source, as Roald Dahl’s The BFG had been a favourite to read to his children.

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