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The Halo Panopticon Art Installation
RAWTENSTALL, ENGLAND - JANUARY 15: The Haslingden Halo Panopticon illuminates the snow covered ground on January 15, 2013 in Rawtenstall, England. The installation designed by John Kennedy of LandLab sits on a hill called Top o' Slate, a reclaimed landfill site in East Lancashire and has become a major landmark since opening in 2011. 'Halo' is the centrepiece of panopticons art projects, led by the REMADE in Lancashire programme, Groundwork and Rossendale Council, which has reclaimed and returned to public use 33 hectares of land. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

Halo Panopticon Art Installation

January 17, 2013

The art installation in Rawtenstall, England, designed by John Kennedy of LandLab sits on a hill called Top o' Slate, a reclaimed landfill site in East Lancashire and has become a major landmark since opening in 2011. 'Halo' is the centrepiece of panopticons art projects, led by the REMADE in Lancashire programme, Groundwork and Rossendale Council, which has reclaimed and returned to public use 33 hectares of land