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EPIC River Project

 

 
  This is a project to redirect a Sussex river from concrete culvert and industrial land to instead flow freely through a newly created public park in Sompting Brooks.  The work is funded by a Heritage lottery grant and is supported by the Sompting Estate where it is situated.  The project is run by the Ouse and Adur Rivers Trust
www.oart.org.uk/epic/
 
   
  A small part of the river was in the open by the recycle centre in
Broadwater where water quality and access were very poor
Here is the new river under construction 
with Sompting church steeple in the background
(It is situated south of the A27 between 
Broadwater and Sompting near Worthing)
 
 

IN AND OUT OF THE WATER



 


 
  As public artist my role starts with research into the history of the site, wildlife (current, hoped for and feared) and local stories and myths.

The sculptures that I install at the site are intended to enhance and focus the identity of the place and to provoke thought.
This involves visually interpreting what is there, but is hidden or unspoken at present.  
It involves looking for an essence and overview as well as detail.  
It involves understanding and adding to the atmosphere of the space

 
 

seat back

seat front first sketch

 
  The second part of the project is public workshops with local people and from this to create a seat, which will be installed at the site.


 
 

Free public workshops will be held at the Harriet Johnson Centre in Loose Lane, Sompting 

The first is

Sunday 6th October 12.00 noon - 6pm 

drawing in charcoal and chalk onto paper droplets, featuring the history of the site, wildlife, crops, and myths

drop in for as long or short a time as you want

for all ages, young, old and inbetween
(children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult)

 

 

 




click here for detailed flyer

 

 
 

 

 

two really critical workshops follow during half term
but again open to all age groups
(children under 12 must again be accompanied by an adult)

to make 20 cement droplets for the seat back which will be permanently sited by the new river

Tuesday 29th October 09:00 - 12:00

Sunday 2nd November 14:00 - 18:00

 

 

 

 
  The third part is to create focal sculptures which will be carved in wood.  These will evolve from the research and community phase of the project

 

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