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Called Open to the Public, the eight-metre artwork is located at a former tannery near to Chinneck's new studio in Ashford, which is currently empty and facing demolition. It consists of an enormous double zip, which appears to be opening up the the front of the 1960s-style building, and a similar single zip that runs along the side. Both zips appear to bend the walls of the building, to reveal a derelict interior.

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Called Open to the Public, the eight-metre artwork is located at a former tannery near to Chinneck's new studio in Ashford, which is currently empty and facing demolition. It consists of an enormous double zip, which appears to be opening up the the front of the 1960s-style building, and a similar single zip that runs along the side. Both zips appear to bend the walls of the building, to reveal a derelict interior.

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IMG_5565

Called Open to the Public, the eight-metre artwork is located at a former tannery near to Chinneck's new studio in Ashford, which is currently empty and facing demolition. It consists of an enormous double zip, which appears to be opening up the the front of the 1960s-style building, and a similar single zip that runs along the side. Both zips appear to bend the walls of the building, to reveal a derelict interior.

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Called Open to the Public, the eight-metre artwork is located at a former tannery near to Chinneck's new studio in Ashford, which is currently empty and facing demolition. It consists of an enormous double zip, which appears to be opening up the the front of the 1960s-style building, and a similar single zip that runs along the side. Both zips appear to bend the walls of the building, to reveal a derelict interior.

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IMG_5568

Called Open to the Public, the eight-metre artwork is located at a former tannery near to Chinneck's new studio in Ashford, which is currently empty and facing demolition. It consists of an enormous double zip, which appears to be opening up the the front of the 1960s-style building, and a similar single zip that runs along the side. Both zips appear to bend the walls of the building, to reveal a derelict interior.

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IMG_5567
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IMG_5557
IMG_5557
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IMG_5558
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IMG_5549
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IMG_5573
IMG_5573

Called Open to the Public, the eight-metre artwork is located at a former tannery near to Chinneck's new studio in Ashford, which is currently empty and facing demolition. It consists of an enormous double zip, which appears to be opening up the the front of the 1960s-style building, and a similar single zip that runs along the side. Both zips appear to bend the walls of the building, to reveal a derelict interior.

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IMG_5571
IMG_5571
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IMG_5565
IMG_5565
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IMG_5561
IMG_5561
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IMG_5568
IMG_5568
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IMG_5567
IMG_5567
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IMG_5557
IMG_5557
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IMG_5558
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IMG_5552
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IMG_5543
IMG_5543
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IMG_5554
IMG_5554
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IMG_5549
IMG_5549
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IMG_5555
IMG_5555
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IMG_5550
IMG_5550
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IMG_4989
IMG_4989
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