Jeremy Deller’s most recent project, Sacrilege, is a bouncy new interactive artwork which kicked off the Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art on Glasgow Green on Friday 20 April. It is an inflatable replica of Stonehenge and Deller's first major public project in Scotland. It is very much in keeping with his interest in people, their relationship to each other and their reaction to his free-ranging and open-ended projects.
‘It's something for people to interact with, it's a big public sculpture’, said Deller, who won the Turner Prize in 2004 with his video installation, Memory Bucket.
His retrospective exhibition, Joy in People, is on display at the Hayward Gallery in central London until 13 May.