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A cross-channel art exchange inspired by the events of the First World War.

A joint project co ordinated by the cities of Norwich and Calais, the exhibition includes works by 35 international artists who were tasked with exploring what constitutes a memorial today.

It includes Djamel Kokene's colossal ball of barbed wire and John Cornu's cloud of 300 First World War caltrops - four-pronged spike weapons that were used to pierce the underpart of a horse's hoof.

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