Crossed Boundaries by ONE TWO ONE art and architecture

27 August – 30 September, Anytime

One day temporary installation on Sunday 4 September, 11-4pm

The Lower promenade opposite the statue of Queen Victoria Warrior Square Gardens,St Leonard’s-on-Sea

ONE TWO ONE art and architecture are a collaborative partnership founded in 2004 by Architect and artist Elise Liversedge and artist Mary Hooper.

Crossed Boundaries is a temporary promenade installation and inland trail marking the boundary between St. Leonard’s-on-Sea and Hastings, which historically was the centre of a long running dispute during the earlier development of the town. A temporary boundary will be created on Sunday 28th August marking with red tape and large-scale cardboard letters placed on the sea front. Billboard posters will be displayed throughout the festival located on the lower promenade at Warrior Square, The installation is influenced by the works of local historian TB Brett and his journals and the infamous escapades of the  “Paint Pot Society” who took to the streets at night and painted out the new street signs erected when the Hastings boundary was extended to absorb St. Leonard’s.

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