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Tay (AIDS Memorial)
Tay (AIDS Memorial)
Tay (AIDS Memorial)
Tay (AIDS Memorial)
Tay (AIDS Memorial)
Tay (AIDS Memorial)
Tay (AIDS Memorial)
Tay (AIDS Memorial)
Tay (AIDS Memorial)
Tay (AIDS Memorial)
Tay (AIDS Memorial)
Tay (AIDS Memorial)
Tay (AIDS Memorial)
Tay (AIDS Memorial)

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Two abstracted figures are intertwined at the base, moving upwards and away from each other. The two figures represent all those affected by AIDS, one male, the other genderless. The inspiration for the piece came from the sculptor's memories of his friend, Paul Tay, who died of AIDS in 1992.






H 335 x W (?) x D (?) cm

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Acquisition method

commissioned by James Ledward; funded by the Rainbow Fund

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Unveiling date

9th October 2009


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Inscription description

bronze plaque on front of plinth: Brighton and Hove Aids Memorial / TAY / by Romany Mark Bruce / 2009


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New Steine Gardens, Brighton


Located at the north end of the gardens, off St James's Street.