22 Aug 2011

Charles Jencks on Front Row - Monday 22nd August

On today's Front Row, Mark Lawson visits Northumberlandia, a vast sculpted landform in the shape of a reclining female figure which is being created from 1.5 million tonnes of soil on a mining site near Cramlington, south east Northumberland. Designed by artist Charles Jencks, when complete the earth works will be 34 metres high and 400 metres in length, forming the centrepiece to a new public park.

Certainly (another) a controversial artwork from Charles Jencks.

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