These pieces seek to challenge the patriarchy’s dominance of public art – this is represented by the suits at the unveiling of a unremarkable pink sculpture. Why should the white oxbridge men in suits get to turn our emotional tap on and off and why do they think their notions of art are definitive? Art is dominated by the rich men of TV, corporations and the Government who think they know what art is best for our streets. The final image shows how art celebrated by the patriarchy leaves society emotionally and intellectually undernourished, which means our responses to life are muted, we are unable to respond to a crisis properly, as represented by Santa, the Pope and a flasher’s futile attempts to confront the apocalyptic disaster ripping through an ordinary street. People are inspired and entertained by artists like the Guerilla Girls, they are turned off by oversized dead bronze Tories or bemedalled murderers which have plagued our streets and public places.