Dome fabric

Made:
2000

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Paperweight. Millennium Dome roof fabric, encapsulated in perspex block 7.6x6.6x3.4cm. in box with NMEC leaflet. Teflon coated glass fabric made from thin fibres of glass woven into cloth and dipped ten times into liquid teflon to form a protective coat. Just 1mm thick but stronger than steel (it says on perspex). Designed and produced exclusively for sale at the Dome

Details

Category:
Art
Object Number:
2000-1189
Materials:
perspex, teflon-coated glass
type:
paperweight
credit:
Sheridan, Wendy
status:
Permanent collection

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