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It has not gone down well. Lockdown-related boredom has probably meant that more people than usual are agitated by this one, though. Outside of a global pandemic, it feels unlikely that I could have visited Newington Green at in the afternoon, as I did on Wednesday, and found a crowd of about fifty people enraged about a new commemorative statue.
The opinion on the ground was unilaterally negative.
People I spoke to described the statue as disappointing, confusing, controversial for the wrong reasons, a missed opportunity. While nothing like as numerous as their male equivalents, I can still think of plenty of statues recognising great women that are not creepy little nudes. So you can see why Hambling wanted to do something a little more daring.
The silvery material has an oddly cheap look to it, and its awkward, off-centre positioning on the Green lends it the air of a re-coagulating-Terminator-as-scarecrow. It invites the viewer to consider Mary Wollstonecraft and the mons pubis in the same thought, and it would be difficult to argue that this is an unalloyed good.
There is, unfortunately, just something inherently funny about a venezuela girls nude sprite with her boobs out. And so I wonder whether those who were involved in the long campaign to create a monument to Wollstonecraft feel sadness, that an influential feminist thinker is now associated with a joke, and an expensive one at that.
I would like to live in a world in which attempts at originality in public statuary are made, if we think that public statues are even required at all. Part of that will involve people getting it wrong, and alienating at least some of the general public that the statue is supposed to be for. It does, however, seem avoidable to get it wrong quite this badly.
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