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Shaken Not Stirred is a sculpture made out of 1760 charity collection cans, in the shape of a pyramid. It was recreated in 1992 as part of the Block Telethon campaign, where it was part of a performance piece: during the press conference, Heaton rushed into the room and hurled a prosthetic leg into the pyramid, symbolically demolishing the hierarchy of charities.

Shaken Not Stirred - Tony Heaton

Title Shaken Not Stirred
Artist Tony Heaton
Year 1992
Medium 1760 collection canisters
Dimensions 162 x 220 (cm)
Image description Photograph depicting a large installation artwork comprised of almost two thousand red charity collection canisters. The objects are carefully stacked into the shape of a pyramid. The installation stands in the centre of an industrial looking gallery space.
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