Children play on

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Pagan moonbounce

Children play on April 20 at the base of  "Sacrilege," an interactive, full-scale inflatable replica of Stonehenge created by Turner Prize-winning Jeremy Deller for the Glasgow International Festival of Visual Arts in Scotland.


The festival, which is put on for two weeks every two years, is showcasing more than 130 contemporary artists in permanent and temporary exhibition venues across the city. As a joint commission by the GI Festival and the mayor of London, "Sacrilege" is also set to be exhibited in London for the duration of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.


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Catie Leary ( @catieleary ) writes about science, travel, animals and the arts.