A British "art critic" created the "Colne Valley Sculpture Trail" in West Yorkshire by inviting patrons to walk a 3-mile path past derelict buildings and discarded objects that the critic suggested, in a formal leaflet, were purposeful art objects designed to be provocative. (In reality, they were random junk.) An abandoned bathtub (titled "Wash Behind the Ears") evoked "contradictory concepts of filth and cleanliness … in a countryside setting," the critic wrote. A collapsed wall was built by fictitious artist Karen Braithwaite, who then destroyed it "with some sense of violence," "suggest[ing] a sense of bereavement, the turf above almost seeming to weep." The author spoke to BBC News in July but insisted on remaining anonymous.