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For his installation for the 2010 Tatton Biennial, the artist-explorer Neville Gabie brought a 2.5 ton piece of Greenland iceberg to Tatton Park Gardens country estate in Cheshire, UK. Gabie describes the journey taken by the iceberg to its eventual housing in a solar-powered glass refrigerator amidst the lush greenery of the park. See also 'A Weight of One's Own', an exclusive interview with Neville Gabie by David Lillington, Corridor8 #2. Film by Linda Dutton
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