Outside the entrance to Gallery One, Mr Monkey clocked in. He should really have kept the card to clock out later, but decided to rebel against the tyranny of the clock and forgot. Besides, the people on Anthony Bennett's Tide to Time sculpture next to the clock, who are all hanging from the hand of a giant clock, didn't seem to be enjoying themselves. Mr Monkey read the introduction panel, and found out that the museum was divided into different coloured areas. The colours chosen were taken from the symbolic meanings of colours on trades union banners. Mr Monkey led his humans into the red gallery.
|Red :||Courage and revolution|
|Pink :||Prosperity and peace|
You can read about Anthony Bennett at the Anthony Bennett Sculpture website.
Return to Mr Monkey at The People's History Museum
Copyright Rik Shepherd and Mr Monkey.