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Read, Simon; The London Group; The Morley Gallery (2009)
Languages: English
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Over recent years I have been exploring ways in which, as an artist, I can make a material contribution to the environmental debate. As a part of this, I have agreed to look after environmental issues on behalf of a community organisation in Suffolk: The River Deben Association. At present there is a great deal of pressure upon both our coast and estuarine systems. Habitually this has been managed by government agencies.\ud \ud In order to participate effectively in the debate, it is vital to foster an understanding of the terms of reference for environmental management and an enhanced sense of ownership and responsibility. One initiative that I proposed is a tidal structure to prevent further erosion of saltmarsh and encourage deposition of silt. This is now being built. The drawing was made to help explain the function of the barrier and how it should modify the flow of the river at this point.
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