Artist Martin Creed on 'mothers out of control'


Artist Martin Creed has created a massive revolving neon sign for his latest exhibition at Hauser & Wirth's new Savile Row gallery in London.

The Turner prize winner says the installation - which spells out 'mothers' in capital letters - was inspired by their importance.

He told the BBC's Will Gompertz that he was interested in the idea of "mothers spinning out of control".

Along with the major sculpture, a single Thinking/Not Thinking, will be released as part of the exhibition.

The exhibition runs from 21 January to 5 March 2011.

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