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H 500 x W 500 x D 500 cm (E)
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plaque: Eighteen Thousand Tides 1996 / Recycled oak groynes from Eastbourne seafront / DAVID NASH / A sculpture commission by the Towner Art Gallery / Purchased through the Collection Scheme in partnership with the / Contemporary Art Society and funded by the Arts Council of England, / Contemporary Art Society, Eastbourne Borough Council, friends of the / Towner and the Towner Contemporary Art Fund Committee / Assistance has also been received from Posford Duvivier, J T Mackley & Co. Ltd. and Serco Ltd. / More information about the sculpture and David Nash is available at the / Towner Art Gallery & Local Museum, an Eastbourne Borough Council service.