July 16, 2018 - July 28, 2018
The MGAU has landed in London Bridge.
Look out on the streets of London Bridge for the Mobile Gull Appreciation Unit (MGAU), a giant gull shaped artwork by award winning international artist Mark Dion.
Seagulls are now very much part of the River Thames’ landscape and MGAU importantly celebrates the unloved Gull. Visit the Unit to find out about their behaviour, calls and mating habits.
Pick up an illustrated ‘Field Guide’ designed by the artist, find out information about what’s going on in the London Bridge area or enter our Summer drawing competition.
Come and visit MGAU in these locations 11am – 7pm:
- Monday 16 and Tuesday 17; Melior Place
- Wednesday 18 – Friday 20; Holyrood Street by Gibbon’s Rent
- Saturday 21 and Sunday 22; King’s College London – Guy’s Campus, Memorial Gardens
- Monday 23 – Saturday 28; Potters Fields – beside Tower Bridge (11.30pm start)
Mark Dion has exhibited at the Whitechapel Gallery and Tate Modern. For more information visit https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artists/mark-dion-2789 and http://www.folkestoneartworks.co.uk/artists/mark-dion/
Mark Dion’s Mobile Gull Appreciation Unit, commissioned by the Creative Foundation for Folkestone Triennial 2008, now part of Folkestone Artworks. Supported by Potters Fields Management Trust, Ugly Duck, London Bridge Station , Southwark Council, King’s College London and presented by Team London Bridge.
Photography by Simon Lamrock