Flesh, Blood and Formaldehyded
Play by Alex Jones
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A short story for BBC Radio 4 and The World Service, 6th November 1996.
A Damien Hirst type sculptor is prosecuted when the tank his exhibit - 'A full Grown African Bull Elephant in Formaldehyde' collapses and kills a number of museum viewers. Not deterred by this, he moves on to displaying riskier works, beginning with animals and fluffy toys stitched together, but eventually progressing to human beings. When his beautiful model wife dies suddenly, he is confronted with an artistic dilemma, and a truly gothic result...