Monthly Archives: February 2013

Sculpture being primed at the workshop

On Saturday 16 February 2013 artist Neil with his wonderful assistant Olivia were continuing to prime the sculpture. Neil has to get priming finished before he can concentrate on his two┬áimminent exhibitions (the first at Olympia, 1st to 3rd March). In this film we walk around the sculpture to try and give an idea of […]

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Green sculpture set to attract urban wildlife

From the outset the green sculpture project has had its focus on being of benefit to the urban wildlife we get in King’s Cross. The project has been very lucky indeed to have garden designer Marie Clarke produce our wildlife garden for us on a completely pro-bono basis. She has also had to ensure the […]

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How will the green sculpture be fixed in place?

In this short film the guys from Reddington’s on our site being managed by BAM talk through the plan of action for the day, 13 February 2013. From the steel cage, the concrete fill to the template to bolt the sculpture in place…

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Reddington’s hard at it on green sculpture

Yesterday the brilliant guys from Reddington’s were hard at work preparing our hole in the ground to be filled with concrete. Reddington’s is doing this work for us for free as a donation to the project. This concrete ‘ground beam’ will provide a hefty weight. On top of this a steel template will be fitted, […]

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