To mark the opening weekend of Bloomberg New Contemporaries, BC System is proposing to gift a permanent tattoo to any Bristol resident agreeing to be inscribed with the word ‘Forever’.

New Works ForeverUnder the moniker BC System, Royal College of Art graduate Jack Brindley and fellow artist Lucas Clayton will be offering their services as public art providers over the next two months with a cumulative series of public art proposals for the city of Bristol. Their first proposition is to gift a permanent tattoo to Bristol residents over the opening weekend agreeing to be inscribed with the word ‘Forever’.

This, and additional provocative proposals from the artists, will be announced over an eight-week period beginning Friday13 September. Bespoke noticeboards will pop up at six locations around the city centre, on which proposals for new public artworks will be posted weekly for the two-month duration of the Bloomberg New Contemporaries exhibition. The only contact information will be a telephone number giving the public a chance to speak directly to BC System.

The project has been commissioned to coincide with the opening weekend of the Bloomberg New Contemporaries exhibition, this year hosted in Bristol by Spike Island and incorporating an additional venue at 8 Millennium Promenade, Harbourside.

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