Adagio unveiled

Yesterday Adagio was formally switched on in her new location by University of Liverpool Vice Chancellor Janet Beer, silversmith Marianne Forrest and Peter Goodhew. It’s taken 23 months but we made it!

You can visit and see the sculpture by asking at the reception desk in the Harold Cohen Library.  It will not always be switched on, because the motors are audible from the reader desks nearby.

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Peter Goodhew, Marianne Forrest and Janet Beer in front of Adagio. Picture: John Davidson.

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Peter Goodhew describing the re-installation process in the Harold Cohen Library. Picture: John Davidson.

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Sculptor/silversmith Marianne Forrest in front of her creation. Picture: John Davidson.

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The descriptive plaque by the sculpture. Picture: John Davidson.

 

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One thought on “Adagio unveiled

  1. Well done Peter and the University of Liverpool! I was shocked to hear the Phil was not reinstalling the sculpture after refurbishment and am so glad it has found a new and worthy home.

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