“The sense of loss and of what it means to be “found” is very strong at the Foundling Museum, where the current exhibition “FOUND” was organized by the sculptor and installation artist Cornelia Parker.”

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Owen Pritchard (It’s Nice That) reports on a new artwork by Cornelia Parker
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Cornelia Parker, Transitional Object (PsychoBarn)

British Artist Cornelia Parker has erected a replica of the house from Alfred Hitchcock’s seminal thriller Psycho on top of the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art. The commission will be on display, weather permitting, until 31 October this year. The work, titled Transitional Object (PsychoBarn), is a reconstruction of part of the iconic weather boarded mansion, consisting of two facades propped up by scaffolding. The 30ft tall artwork was fabricated from materials salvaged from a deconstructed red barn. [Read More]