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    William Mackrell in the Sculpture Shock Studio. Image: A K Purkiss

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    William Mackrell in the Sculpture Shock Studio. Image: A K Purkiss

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    William Mackrell in the Sculpture Shock Studio. Image: A K Purkiss

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    William Mackrell in the Sculpture Shock Studio. Image: A K Purkiss

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    William Mackrell in the Sculpture Shock Studio. Image: A K Purkiss

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    William Mackrell in the Sculpture Shock Studio. Image: A K Purkiss

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    William Mackrell in the Sculpture Shock Studio. Image: A K Purkiss

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    William Mackrell in the Sculpture Shock Studio. Image: A K Purkiss

Winner of the AMBULATORY category of Sculpture Shock 2015 William Mackrell is now over half way through his residency and is working hard in the studio preparing for his intervention in September. Mackrell’s work uses repetitive strategies and accumulative endeavours to measure a sense of time and/or place. Using materials and mediums that allow the articulation of an idea in the clearest and most immediate way possible, he attempts to question his language as an unravelling process, and it is this itself which becomes the content of his work.

In early September for his 2015 AMBULATORY Sculpture Shock Mackrell will be taking to the roads of London to present a live performance on one of Central London’s most iconic bus routes. More information coming soon!

@sculptureshock Take a look inside the Sculpture Shock studio through @annepurkiss' photos now on our homepage sculptureshock.rbs.org.uk pic.twitter.com/CfmasVHKuT