Walk into Fulcrum gallery and you’ve got a choice. Turn left, and it’s mangled limbs and a blood-red war memorial. Right, and you can see three Michael Jacksons and Boy George reincarnated as Queen Elizabeth II.
Hmm, choices, choices. The irony is that the two sides of the gallery are both by the same artist – Troy Gua – and they don’t, in fact, either mock or detract from each other. They don’t exactly dialogue, but then you can’t expect too much.
On the left, Gua has constructed an eloquent testimony to soldiers who have lost limbs and lives in …