In January 2010, two years after opening, Seizure closed its doors to the public. The block of late-modernist flats in London's Elephant & Castle was scheduled for demolition and so, by January 2011, just weeks before deconstruction of the estate would begin, Hiorns made the decision to preserve the cobalt-encrusted council flat.
By February of that year, following an extraordinary logistical extraction of the sculpture in its entirety, Seizure was aquired by the Arts Council Collection. Thanks to a gift by the artist, Artangel and the Jerwood Charitable Foundation through the Art Fund, and with the support of The Henry Moore Foundation, the piece was subsequently transported to Yorkshire Sculpture Park (subject to a ten-year loan agreement). Since June 2013, the sculpture has been installed at the park in a purpose-built, award-winning concrete structure, designed by Adam Khan Architects.
Seizure has been temporarily closed during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Seizure is open at weekends and daily during bank and school holidays (based on Wakefield term times which can be found on Wakefield Council's website).