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The Lost O 06 Jul 2007
Bryony Graham
Artist Bryony Graham creates an installation in Ashford in time for the Tour de France

As the Tour de France passes through Ashford in Kent this weekend - the riders will be greeted by an unusual site - sheep-bell concertos, subverted road signs and an immense paper house. It's all part of The Lost O, a temporary art project to mark the removal of the town's ring road, something that some locals say has changed its identity. Bryony Graham is one of 11 artists taking part. Her work involves the streamrolling and embedding of objects into the road. The Site Manager is also a woman, a German engineer called Anya Hoffman. Victoria Hannaford's been talking to them both.

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