Centre for the History of Sciences Fellow Sarah Craske has been involved in the production of a new art installation, commissioned to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the sealing of Magna Carta, and unveiled to the Queen and senior royals today (15th June 2015).
The piece, called ‘The Jurors’ by artist Hew Locke, has been installed at Runnymede, Surrey, where King John sealed the original document in 1215. It was unveiled to the Queen and other members of the Royal family, as well as Prime Minister David Cameron.
The installation includes 12 bronze chairs, casted by Sarah Craske and her team at Meltdowns Studios in Ramsgate.
Further information about the piece can be found here.