Wendy Davis
Wendy has been an activist all her life and has mainly been involved in feminist, anti-war, education, flexible working and built environment organisations and campaigns. Wendy has qualifications in social sciences, architecture and management. She worked as one of the UK's first access officers, was a development manager for a building consultancy, and most recently was director of Women's Design Service.

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'A Pile of Bricks'

(1) Comments | Posted 20 November 2012 | (00:00)

In 1972, Norman Reid, then director of the Tate Gallery, purchased this sculpture by Carl Andre. The sculpture consisted of 120 cream-coloured, American firebricks arranged on the floor in two layers of 60 to form an oblong. The bricks were not cemented together in any way and, like...

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