Tracey Emin’s exclusive digital limited edition on Sedition raises vital funds for the NSPCC – the UK’s leading children’s charity specialising in child protection.
For every digital edition sold of Tracey Emin’s This is My Favourite Little Bird, the full retail price (£50) will be donated to the NSPCC to support its post-abuse therapeutic services for vulnerable children and young people across the UK.
The artwork is a 1 minute 25 seconds digital animation featuring a tiny bird that recalls the cool-blue neon that Emin created in 2010 for the façade of London’s Foundling Museum. The image unfolds upon a gently-creased fabric, and it is as if we are encountering the invisible hand of the artist embroidering the outline of a bird perched on a leafy branch. The scene is punctuated by a rainbow of multi-coloured flowers that emerge above, while the work’s title is delineated in Tracey’s handwriting below.
Tracey Emin said: “I have always supported the NSPCC. The Sedition project was exciting and inventive. The Little Bird is one of my favourite images. A small fledgling. I was more than happy to donate this to the NSPCC.”
Funds raised from sales of the digital limited edition will go towards the NSPCC’s Rebuilding Childhoods Appeal, created to help fund post-abuse therapy for children.
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