Photo Credit: Veronica Vickery
Fabricated fountain with planting. Temporarily sited in a 'buddle' at Porthmear Stamps. A 'buddle' is part of a Cornish tin mine processing plant (stamps) that used water from the stream to separate the tin ore from the sludge. Portmear is located just inside the Mining World Heritage Site, the Stamps had recently been 'consolidated' with cement, funded by The European Union.
240cm x 240cm x 240cm
Iron, compost, bedding plants, 500m water pipe, syphoned water from the stream.
Architecture & environment