Heather and Ivan Morison: I am so sorry. Goodbye

19 June 2009 - 18 October 2009
Waterside
Free admission
Time: Open daily 11am–8pm (except wed 11am–6pm). Late night every thu until 10pm
I am so sorry. Goodbye explores the relationship between the built environment and nature. The double-domed pavilion takes its inspiration from the structures built by utopian communities in the west coast of the US in the 1970s. Designed as a tea house, I am so sorry. Goodbye provides a place of rest and shelter, where one is served hibiscus tea, a beverage popular in various parts of the world and thought to have medicinal properties. A transparent dome at the top of the structure alludes to a spaceship or futuristic aircraft, a vehicle which might transport one away from a time or place of catastrophe.

Special offer! Buy tickets to any Radical Nature talks and events (priced £5) and get a same day exhibition ticket for £5 (normally priced £8). To take advantage of this offer, call 0845 120 7500 or quote 'Radical Nature events offer' in person at the Advance Box Office.

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