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Shedding light

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How appropriate that Martin Creed should have won the Turner Prize with his allegory of Darkness and Light.

And that it should be installed in one of the Tate's 1970s galleries. A consultant on the design of those galleries was none other than Astragal's old friend Newton Watson, protÚgÚ of Lord Llewelyn-Davies and erstwhile professor of architecture at the Bartlett - many of whose alumni remember his scintillating lectures on, yes, lighting design.

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