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Kiss Wall
Kiss Wall
Kiss Wall
Kiss Wall
Kiss Wall
Kiss Wall
Kiss Wall

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A panel depicting photographs of six kissing couples, flanked by curved seating on each side. Photographs were transformed by computer into a dot screen drilled though a thick sheet of aluminium.




aluminium magnesium alloy & enamel paint


H 420 x W 155 x D 2 cm

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Acquisition method

commissioned by Brighton Festival Trust

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Work status


Listing status

not listed

Unveiling date

22nd July 1992


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Grand Junction Road, Brighton


Located on the seafront promenade, at the top of East Street Groyne.