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Another Time XI

© courtesy of the artist and Jay Jopling / White Cube. Image credit: Berman Guedes Stretton Architects

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'Another Time' is a series of one hundred sculptures and is identical to the hundred sculptures of 'Another Place' (2007). They are mutually dependent works: the former, through a process of dispersion, will be found all over the world, and the latter is permanently sited on Crosby Beach on the Mersey estuary in Liverpool, UK.

Another Time XI




cast iron


H 191 x W 59 x D 36 cm

Accession number


Acquisition method

purchased with funds from a benefactor

Work type



Exeter College


Exeter College

Work status



at all times


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Located at

Exeter College, Oxford


Located on the roof of the Thomas Wood Building.