Rosie Leveton’s B52 Kings Wood – Stour Valley Arts Project UK

Rosie Levington was commissioned by the Stour Valley Arts Project to produce two pieces of work for Stour Valley Arts in Kent UK. The B52 was cut into the woods due to it’s significance to this area duruing the 2nd WW

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  1. Nettie Horn and other East London group shows….. « Art Sleuth on July 3rd, 2009 10:02 pm

    […] Also in this show Rosie Levington’s tower block of over 2000 novels, such classics as Jilly Cooper are used asbuilding bricks. Her sculptures are made from recyclable material. In the past she has cut the shape of a B52 into woods see: http://stevegray.com.au/blog/rosie-leventon-artist/rosie-levetons-b52-kings-wood-stour-valley-arts-p…. […]

  2. Josh on August 16th, 2009 2:44 am

    B52’s significance during ww2?? wasn’t built till ’52

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