Exbury Egg - Energy Efficient Self-sustaining Work Space
The Exbury egg is a temporary, energy efficient self-sustaining work space for artist Stephen Turn...
The Exbury egg is a temporary, energy efficient self-sustaining work space for artist Stephen Turner in the estuary of the River Beaulieu, UK. It is a place to stay and a laboratory for studying the life of a tidal creek, a collecting and collating centre with integral storage & display areas. It will take on the patina of 730 daily tides below the water line, and 365 days of weathering by wind, rain and bleaching by the sun above. The Egg will be ‘anchored’ like a boat within a cradle structure and will rise and fall with the tide. The artwork created by understanding of local natural cycles and processes and the relationship of the environment to the narratives of human activity in the unending calendar of seasonal life.