Abandoned Bunker Turned into Clever Equine Art Installation

disused-bunker-art-installation (Image: Bill Woodrow, public domain)

Today’s lead article featured some pretty amazing abandoned nuclear bunkers, deserted missile silos and ammo dumps from World War Two through the Cold War. But we couldn’t resist also featuring another defunct military structure – this one an abandoned bunker transformed into an art installation on a Danish beach.

But it’s more than just street art. The playful equine sculpture known as Bunker/Mule is one of several created in 1995 by artist Bill Woodrow.

Woodrow writes: “[The sculpture] consists of concrete bunkers along the beach at BlĂ„vand-Oksby, Denmark (part of the Atlantic Wall), mounted with horses’ heads and tails cut from steel. Depending on the tide, the sculptures are either on the shore or in the sea.”

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