Revolution and Resonance Battle, UK.

2017

Revolution and Resonance explores the transformation of a 2 dimensional drawing into a 3-dimensional form. Felicity Truscott and Annemarie O’Sullivan collaborated to create this woven oak floating form.

The sculpture, supported by a raft with an anchor drifted across the surface of Broadwater Lake, Ashburnham Place, Battle from May to September 2017.

Further information can be found on Felicity’s website at felicitytruscott.com

 After a residency working as an artist onsite during 2015 Felicity Truscott put forward a proposal and gained support from Arts Council England, East Sussex Arts Partnership, local business Keeley Engineering and from Ashburnham Place as project partner to enable her to make this work.

 

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