Free tank: The retrospective view of the pathway is a permanent public artwork created by renowned British artist Roger Hiorns.

Developed over a four-year period, the work comprises an open-air architectural space designed in collaboration with Stirling Prize winning architects Witherford Watson Mann, which is the setting for a pair of monolithic granite sculptures.

Coated by Blocksil for anti-graffiti purposes, together these elements form a new urban space in the heart of Bristol’s Historic Floating Harbour.

More detail on this project can be found by visiting