The Fourth Plinth for W4

A changing artwork chosen by you

The W4th Plinth is an art project curated by Abundance London. Every six months the large image on the TfL brick wall of the railway embankment at Turnham Green Terrace will change, showcasing an exciting artwork, short-listed by Abundance and voted on by the public.

The winner of the March 2020 W4th Plinth competition is David Kimpton and Richard Lawton’s Penny the Orangutang.

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David Kimpton:

Penny the Orangutan

Indonesian rainforests are being cleared to create palm oil plantations. Our artwork was created to raise funds for the Sumatran Orangutan Society, whose message is ‘every penny counts’ in the fight to save the endangered animals and their environment. This artwork was created over several days in our studio opposite Chiswick town hall. Check out its construction here: kimptoncreative.com/work/sumatran-orangutan-society-art-piece/

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