Aberystwyth Wales UK, March 29 2016 Children on Easter holiday playing in and with the enormous 'Hollow’ installation of magnetically joined cardboard boxes by artist Jenny Hall at Aberystwyth Arts Centre. Taking a copper mine as a source of inspiration this exhibition explores the creative destruction involved in the act of construction. The mine is represented as a large hollow sculpture in the gallery and loose cardboard boxes represent the ‘ore’ that has been extracted from inside. Credit: keith morris/Alamy Live News

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Aberystwyth Wales UK, March 29 2016 Children on Easter holiday playing in and with the enormous 'Hollow’ installation of magnetically joined cardboard boxes by artist Jenny Hall at Aberystwyth Arts Centre. Taking a copper mine as a source of inspiration this exhibition explores the creative destruction involved in the act of construction. The mine is represented as a large hollow sculpture in the gallery and loose cardboard boxes represent the ‘ore’ that has been extracted from inside. Credit: keith morris/Alamy Live News
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Aberystwyth Wales UK, March 29 2016 Children on Easter holiday playing in and with the enormous 'Hollow’ installation of magnetically joined cardboard boxes by artist Jenny Hall at Aberystwyth Arts Centre. Taking a copper mine as a source of inspiration this exhibition explores the creative destruction involved in the act of construction. The mine is represented as a large hollow sculpture in the gallery and loose cardboard boxes represent the ‘ore’ that has been extracted from inside. The public are invited and encouraged have fun as they to move, stack, connect and build with this ore while occupying and considering the empty space left behind. photo © Keith Morris / Alamy Live News