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Indulging in a taste for art

BENJAMIN Shields, five, indulges in the sweet aroma of an art installation made of chocolate at Jupiter Artland.

The delicious work of art by Anya Gallaccio, an entire room covered in dark chocolate, will go on show for the first time since 1994 when the summer season opens from tomorrow until September 28 at the attraction on the outskirts of Edinburgh.

Other works on display this year include an illuminated text commission by Turner Prize nominee Nathan Coley and art made from feathers, bones and skulls by Silvy Weatherall.

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