Memorials are based on retrospective interpretations of the past. How, then, can one stop the present from muddying the past? Catherine Nock assesses the difficulties of upholding artistic legacy and the controversy surrounding a planned Virginia Woolf statue.
Amber Hogan explores the controversy surrounding the new sculpture dedicated to Mary Wollstonecraft in North London.
On Friday 10 February, the University is unveiling a new statue on a small patch of grass between Devonshire House and Queen’s Building. The statue is a head-and-shoulders bust of Baroness Floella Benjamin OBE, who worked as Chancellor of the University of Exeter between 2006 and 2016. During her decade at the University, Benjamin was well-known for her dedication to […]