The projectile vomiting of garbage……

And no…..I’m not talking about the Harthill Allotment Committee…(lol)

I’ve Just uploaded a new video ‘Talking Garbage’ which you can see here. This was a temporary street art installation in collaboration with Liverpool artist Tony Mallon. Part of Liverpool ‘Alive After Five’ It was made last year in 4 hours outside FACT (Rope Walk Square) off Bold Street.

The original idea was to projectile vomit garbage from the mouths of passers-by but due to time constraints we decided to do this which was much more fun. We used recycled materials to link into Liverpool’s Year of the Environment celebrations. Many thanks to Tracey Crosby and Ged Gibbons of The Liverpool BID Company for supporting us and making it happen.

Also thanks to contributory artist Alison Little

It’s the ‘playful’ nature of the city that makes these things possible……you never know what you may find around the next corner!

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