David Breuer-Weil’s Alien has become a much-loved London landmark; it is even pictured on the Welcome Board at Luton Airport. When located in Grosvenor Gardens by Victoria Station, tourists could be seen taking its photo and Londoners used Alien as a sunbathing spot or backrest while they lunched. Five times the size of the average person, this monumental work has really captured everyone’s attention and affection. Now Alien is landing in its new home at the National Trust’s beautiful property Mottisfont in Hampshire. David Breuer-Weil commented, I am delighted for my large sculpture Alien to have landed at Mottisfont, where there have been visitors for over 800 years, dating back to the 13th century. My visitor is an Alien from another world, another culture, representing contemporary life where visitors can arrive not just from other cultures but also from other spheres. I

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