Windmill estate, Fulbourn, Wave bench, Life wall, Human sundial, 2007/12
Public Consultation & workshops
ideas developed and refined by working closely with the residents of the estate and the Parish Council.
In Mike Overall's workshop
Prior to paving being completed. In Anglo Saxon times the area was a lot wetter than now. Fluid abstract forms, with randomly angled rod legs to give a sense of floating and movement
Artwork by Andrea Bassil The Life Wall is a way of summarising village life, buildings, people, flora and Fauna of note etc. Towards the top of the stone is a horizantal band with a timeline of key moments and population numbers Local children can come and take rubbings off the wall
Fugolburna The original Anglo Saxon name for the village, reffering to water fowl by water You can see Andrea the Illustrator on the right who I worked closely with in the pieces prodcution. The local historical society was also critical to the accuracy and scope of the content
Standing on the month of the year casts a shadow giving the time. BST / GMT compensated