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|Description ||Fold: Wolstonbury Hill OS map ref: TQ288136|
Rest in FOLD, below Wolstonbury Hill, near Brighton. A dynamic woven ring of coppiced greenwood sitting in the bowl of the valley, FOLD is inspired by traditional sheep enclosures and the Bronze Age earthwork on Wolstonbury Hill: a landscape where five thousand years of forest clearance and animal grazing have allowed the unique ecology of chalk grassland to flourish.
Designed and built by Red Earth lead artists Caitlin Easterby and Simon Pascoe, working with a team of craftsmen from Brighton and the Harting area, with a lot of help from the Friends of Wolstonbury, SDJC volunteers, and Mind. The sculptures are made from local greenwood, coppiced on site, contemporary art works made using traditional methods.
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