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About this video

This film focuses on a sculpture of a woman caught in a bomb blast made by the Northern Irish artist F. E. McWilliam, which is now in the F. E. McWilliam Gallery in Banbridge, Northern Ireland. Is it political art or is it just a study of a woman in motion? A group of students find out about the work and interview the director of the gallery.

This is one of a series of films made in collaboration with young people across the UK, who explore and express their views on sculpture in public collections.


Artworks by F. E. McWilliam

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