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Rosella Studios were commisioned to document new artworks marking the end of the C2C cycle route in Sunderland which will greet cyclists as they reach the final leg of their journey under the Wearmouth Bridge.

Designed by Andrew Small, ā€˜Cā€™ is a large granite monolith, which will frame Roker Lighthouse and place the end of the route firmly in Sunderland.
The work has been inspired by Bede, the 8th century monk and father of modern history based in Monkwearmouth and Jarrow, who calculated the motion of the Sun and the Moon to set the date of Easter.



31 July – 2 August 2009
A weekend of design, print, illustrations and live music curated by Sophie Brown.
Rosella Studios documented the three day event for Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art.