Cardinal Sin is a bust with its visage sawn off and replaced by vacant tiles, intended as a rejoinder to the child abuse scandal in the Catholic Church. The restroom tiles have been lay in rest of the priest's face to make a pixilated end product.
The gallery said the work is supposed to be a remark on the mistreatment disgrace in the minster and its following plot. It is only the second time that the enigmatic artist, recognized for his dissident images on street walls, has bent work for a balcony. A show at the Bristol Museum and Art veranda in 2009 involved 300,000 communities over 12 weeks.