Materials: Copper, water, solar panels and pumps
A Small Ocean Swallowed
“This textural independence within a manmade enclosure sitting in a natural environment exists as a metaphor for mankind’s industrial activities. The work illustrates that although this often has a disruptive effect on our natural landscape if approach with a sensitivity and understanding of interdependency, these activities can exist in, and enhance upon, our appreciation of nature– just as the sculpture enriches the natural beauty of its setting by responding to light and weather conditions.
right - 'A Small Ocean Swallowed'
July - November 2021
This year, for the first time ever, all voting will be done in person at the estate. Visitors are invited to explore the exhibition and select their winner. The public vote will take place between 1st July 2021 and 31st October 2021.