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Olly & Suzi Untamed
`White shark bite' by Olly & Suzi
20 July 2001 – 6 May 2002

During their time as artists-in-residence, the collaborative artists Olly & Suzi worked with Museum scientists to create new work reflecting their fascination with predators in the wild. The results went on show throughout the Museum in a stimulating installation of photography, film, painting and drawing called Olly & Suzi Untamed. An extensive programme of residency, workshops, lectures and live events accompanied the exhibition.

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For the first time ever, the Museum's famous Exhibition Road frontage was used to display a work of art – `White shark bite' by Olly & Suzi with photographer Greg Williams. The artists encourage animals to interact physically with their paintings leaving a trace of their presence, for example by mauling, biting or scratching the surface.
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