Bill Woodrow, "Twin-Tub with Guitar", 1981, washing machine. Woodrow’s raw materials are familiar, domestic objects collected from the streets and junk yards...Here he has cut a sculpture of an electric guitar from a discarded Hotpoint washing machine. This odd conjunction brings together two symbols of Western consumerism. Woodrow explained ‘The guitar was a pop icon and the washing machine was an everyday, domestic item. So it was bringing the two things together like a slice of life’.