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Hinchee-Hung-Flock#1

Flock#1 – Archway green triangle

5 ‘chairs’ installed in the branches of up-lit trees in Archway’s traffic island.  This one evoked the local Victorian vernacular architecture The ‘chairs’ were colourful personages representing the resident communities in Archway London. These ‘chairs’ were not to be ‘sat on’. They did not predictably […]

Hinchee-Hung-Leaf-catcher#2

Leaf catcher#2

H170 Diameter 90cm Huggable sculpture. The mound had to be topped up regularly as the leaves settled, making this a high maintenance project But just when we reached our coldest, the decomposing leaves repaid us with warmth

Hinchee-Hung-Leaf-catcher#1

W6 D5m Temporary site-specific installation An exercise in futility. In the spirit of fair game, the holes were woven large enough for the leaves to get away Number of leaves that stayed caught – 5