…speaking through art, poetry and humour…oh and politics too!


John Lennon and Yoko Ono…two of the first people to use their bed as a form of protest. John was an inspired artist and a voice that stood for those who had no voice and were invisible in the world.

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I am thankful that to this day there are people willing to stick their heads above the parapet and raise their voices for the sick, vulnerable and the elderly in this world of ours.

People like Liz Crow, who now has a Facebook page to promote her ‘Bedding Out‘ art installation in support of disabled people.

Take a look…you can even tell her what your bed means to you.


Written by carolecarrick

March 3, 2013 at 4:55 pm

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