On top of it, piled all the way to the ceiling, there are (deep breath) old shoes, old dolls, an axe, an atlas (its pages torn), half of a mannequin, computer motherboards, a monkey with its face broken off, a brass bedstead, wooden bedlegs, broken-up wooden chairs, padded envelopes, a Spiderman face mask, knackered keyboards, computer keyboards (also knackered), driftwood, bike wheels, a drill, a mirrorball and much, much more. All of it crammed in, raised up and up and up, a mini mountain of stuff that's been discarded and discovered from previous Edinburgh College of Art degree shows. It's called Enough. More than, I'd say.
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