All posts filed under: Public art

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What’s in a life?

A 6-week after-hours course at Tate Modern called ‘What’s in a space?’ presented an opportunity to devise a participative work with classmates Joanne Payne and Susannah Sheppard.  We called it What’s in a life? Throughout our lives social convention has prescribed standard markers – birth, bar […]

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Flock #3 – Look out art trail

Look out was a public art trail designed to delight and surprise the adventurous in Islington’s St George’s ward. With the help of the local communities, 3 artists created sculptural installations to tempt residents to explore unfamiliar parts of their own neighbourhood Hinchee Hung’s collaborators […]

Bigger picture at Worldskills 2011

A participative art project in collaboration with print-maker Christine Felce    5 – 8 October 2011 ExCel London Over 4 days while 125,000 visitors gathered to witness an event variously described as a “skills Olympics” the artists invited the public to draw the faces of […]

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In tension

Installation for the Doneraile Literary Festival in County Cork A temporary installation made entirely of locally sourced materials. A small strip of polytheme held in high tension a stack of peat and a log. The work sang a merry tune in gentle breeze

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Flock #2 – Archway green triangle

Flock of 4 ‘drawings in space’ Guerilla art installation to celebrate the stake of the local residential community, showing that Archway is not just a windswept gyratory system peppered by municipal institutions. The 4 deck chair forms symbolize the need for local people to enjoy […]

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Start – garden party to make a difference

Totem     Installation in collaboration with Nigel Goldie Salvaged shopping trolleys, Waitrose jute bags, sand     H410 W280 D70cm As a direct result of prior exposure to  (see In Transit project) the artists were invited to pitch to Start, to place iconic sculptures in the St James’ […]

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Pockets#2 Vintage at Goodwood

H340 W200cm D varies   The second in a series of pockets to help us marvel at our possessions. Shaped like a trouser pocket, this was created for installation in an open field in the ‘artists’ playground’ of Vintage at Goodwood festival Commissioned by the […]

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Drawing in space

H180 W77 D75cm The woodland in which earnest enthusiasts learn to make chairs (see www.greenwoodwork.co.uk) inspires the artist to make drawings of chairs Here it is one growth season later

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In Transit – Waitrose Holloway Road

An ambitious kinetic installation of architectural proportions created for London Festival of Architecture.   Working in collaboration with Nigel Goldie and Andy Charalambous, 7 works were placed in a  mall where the dominant traffic is that of trolleys daily driven by several thousands of preoccupied […]

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Behind closed doors

Site specific sculpture in collaboration with Nigel Goldie H2 W8 D3m work constructed on a former housing estate Inspired by the site’s history, architecture and memories of the people who inhabited it for the past 43 years, 75 artists were invited by Southern Housing Group […]

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Boulder

approx H110 Diameter120cm A site-specific fleece boulder made possible by 55 West Dean Estate sheep. This is a feminine version of Andy Goldsworthy’s testicular chalk ball on the South Downs (visible in the distance) The sheep rubbed up against their fleece boulder to keep warm […]