New Dawn, a contemporary light sculpture celebrating the 150th anniversary of the campaign for women's rights, now sits in Westminster Hall, the oldest part of Parliament.  Listen as BHT's Amy Griggs talks to artist Mary Branson, who discusses the first piece of abstract art commissioned for permanent display in the historic palace, along with Melanie Unwin, Deputy Curator, Parliamentary Works of Art, who describes the historical context.

Melanie Unwin, Deputy Curator, Parliamentary Works of Art

Mary Branson, artist, "New Dawn", the first permanent contemporary art
installation in the Houses of Parliament