A working wood-burning stove installed in the exhibition fills the space at White Cube in Bermondsey with a scent of wood and the sound of crackling, further contributing to the feeling of being in a welcoming place. Stacked against the wall to form a loose grid structure, the wood logs are constantly added to the stove to keep the fire alight for the duration of the exhibition.
Artist Virigina Overton has installed a Charnwood Stoves in her exhibit at White Cube in Bermondsey. The installation which will run until November 6th to raise awareness for the use of wood burning stoves. The use of the stove in the installation is to create the feeling of being in a welcoming place.
The Charnwood Cove 1 is the smallest in the Cove family. With simple clean lines and a single door, giving an excellent view of the fire, the Cove 1 is ideal for the smaller room. The colour and base options make this a very versatile stove setting new standards in the small stove arena.
THE CHARNWOOD COVE 1