Pineapple Becomes Part of Look Again Exhibit

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A fourth year student at RGU was shocked today to find that a piece of fruit he had jokingly placed at an exhibition had been moved into a glass case.

Ruairi Gray, a Fourth Year Business Information Technology student, bought a pineapple from Asda for £1 during a break from his studies.

When he returned to the Sir Ian Wood building at RGU, he jokingly placed the pineapple beside the ‘Look Again’ exhibition at the University.

Returning on Monday morning, Ruairi was shocked to find that his pineapple had been upgraded to a glass case.

In an exclusive interview with Ruairi, he said: “I saw the opportunity to be an artist and took it.”

“I was convinced someone would move it but I came in today (Monday) and it had been fully accepted as part of the art display.”

He continued: “This was the perfect way to end my time at university”.

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