Young Revolutionary Artists Are Asleep at the Wheel

Can the ages in this news report be right?

A London artist who created a huge inflatable sculpture that killed two women after it broke its moorings and flew across a park has been found guilty of breaking health and safety rules.

Claire Furmedge, 38, from Chester-le-Street, County Durham, and Elizabeth Collings, 68, from Seaham, died when they fell from the artwork “Dreamspace” in July 2006.

At Newcastle Crown Court on Tuesday the creator of the artwork Maurice Agis, 77, of Bow, east London, was convicted of one charge of breaching the Health and Safety at Work Act.

Gramps! C’mon! Leave the outrages to the 38-year-old with an artistic revolution to foment, don’t kill her with your balloon of death!


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