British artist Jeremy Deller probably guessed what the response of the builders of Stonehenge would have been to his giant bouncy version of it when he named it ‘Sacrilege’.
Deller on the project:
It’s something for people to interact with, it’s a big public sculpture. It is also a way of interacting with history and archaeology and culture in a wider sense.
Having made its first appearance at the Glasgow International Art Festival, it will now be making its way to the London Olympics.