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Grey Wolves Sighted On Cathedral Green (posted 12 May 2010)

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Grey Wolves Sighted on Cathedral Green...

Sarah Ridley, a second year Fine Art Student at Chichester University, exhibited a stunning pack of wolves on the Cathedral Green for one day during April.  As part of Sarah's course, students are required to show their work in a public space and gauge public reaction, consequently Sarah approached the Cathedral, who were delighted to support her.

Sarah's wolves are a piece called Canis Lupus , designed to 'represent human greed'.  Sarah handed out a flyer to passers by explaining: 'The wolf was once a native species within the British landscape.  As humans advanced in both civilisation and territory, the wolves domain became gradually confined to the outer fringes of our islands and finally eradicated in the 17th Century.

Picture: Wolves on Cathedral Green - 1
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