Cave is a permanent artwork in Belvedere Park in Milton Keynes, made by the artists Heather and Ivan Morison. It is a simple platform and shelter of heavy grey leaning concrete faces, which incorporates a cast iron bench and cast fire bowl. It is set into a steep slope, setting its back to the centre of the city, and looking out over the park, the outskirts of Milton Keynes, and the countryside beyond.
The film traces the uses of Cave across the course of a single day. We see people come and go, some use the cave, we see others going about their days in homes and the public spaces of Milton Keynes. Nature inhabits and surrounds the cave, the day moves on and others find their way to the cave and as the day passes.
The short film is a small portrait of the art work, the city and the lives of a handful of people who live there.
It was shot using real Milton Keynes residents and was shot over one single long day.