Curiously the 'hole' in the spoon, according to its creator, is to
make it unusable. Similar to ritual offerings of swords etc that we
see in prehistory. The artist didn't explain further.
On 10/7/15, John Wood <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> This hideous monstrosity, featured on the local news last night, now
> adorns a leafy lane in Berkshire and apparently is there to
> commemorate the life of Uri Gella, who lives nearby.
> Fingers crossed that he will have to remove it. Not only can he bend
> spoons, but seemingly planning regulations too.
> He put it up without seeking planning permission.
> But what it worrying is that some people seem to like it!