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Cave
Cave
Cave
Cave
Cave
Cave
Cave
Cave

© Heather Peak and Ivan Morison. Photo credit: Jane Roblin / Art UK

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Two panels, showing the pattern of their shuttering, wedged into the hill forming a sheltered acute angle, within which is a bench and a bowl set on a cantilevered step.

Date

2011

Medium

concrete & wood

Accession number

MK9_JR_S012

Work type

Sculpture

Owner

The Parks Trust Milton Keynes

Custodian

The Parks Trust Milton Keynes

Work status

extant

Listing status

Grade II (England and Wales)

Listing date

18/08/20

Access

at all times

Inscription description

on a metal plaque affixed to railings above the sculpture, in raised letters: CAVE / By Ivan and Heather Morrison, 2011 / Cave is a sculpture made of concrete and wood, commissioned to / celebrate the relationship between Campbell Park and Milton / Keynes Gallery. It offers a shelter for reflection, storytelling and / sharing. Taking inspiration from the man-made landscape of the park, / Cave is formed from three leaning concrete panels nestled into the / hillside of the Belvedere.


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Located at

Campbell Park, Milton Keynes

MK9 4BF

Sited at the western end of the park, north of the Milton Keynes Rose.