Wind collaboration

18/06/2013

 

Wind collaboration

18/06/2013

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This weekend the Bedford Creative Arts team and artist Laurence Payot met up with kite display team The Flying Squad on Dunstable Downs, to experiment with wind and costumes for our summer commission, We Are Now

Hundreds of people from Dunstable and the surrounding areas will get involved over the summer, in a series of activities that will culminate in a grand costumed procession on the downs.

Together they will create the ‘legend of tomorrow’.

You can also check out the project’s blog for more inspiration at www.we-are-now.co.uk

Photography by Ben Salmons

 

 

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