AIDS Memorial

The cast bronze AIDS Memorial Sculpture by Romany Mark Bruce is situated in New Steine gardens, Brighton and stands four metres high. It depicts two intertwined figures, one male figure and one androgynous figure that soar up towards the sky. The sculpture forms a shadow in the shape of the red ribbon which is the international symbol for HIV/AIDS
awareness.
Two years after Romany was first chosen by public ballot to create the sculpture, it was unveiled by Mr David Furnish  on the 9th October 2009.

pouring the bronze

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Annabel Giles interviews Romany Mark Bruce

Annabel speaks to Romany Mark Bruce about this exciting project how it came about.

AIDS Memorial Progress

A large collection of pictures brought together in a video taken during the project.

AIDS Memorial Timeline

A video timeline showing key stages in the projects development.

Brighton AIDS Memorial unveiled by David Furnish

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