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Primavera II

84 Regent Street, London, UK

Lost Memories/Black Diaspora UK

55 Regent Street, London, UK

Hueism

St James's Market Pavilion, Saint James's Market, London, UK

SciencesPo x Léo Caillard

Sciences Po, Rue de l'Université, Paris, France

<p>Fragmentary Venus Tight</p> <p>The Fragmentary Venus is a group of statues representing the oldest busts of the Hellenistic period. The Milo Venus is one of them.</p> <p>This Fragmentary Venus is inspired by one of them coming from the collections of the Acropolis Museum in Athens.</p> <p>Dating from more that 2200 years, this sculpture with almost perfect anatomical proportions shows the exceptional mastery of antiquity that was only found 1500 years later in the Renaissance. To realise his works, Léo Caillard is inspired by references to antiquity. Here, he works the stone as if it was malleable. Between mineral and organic, the artwork questions our time and our historical belonging to these statues from the past.</p> <p>Venus Milo Tight</p> <p>The Milo Venus is also part of the group “The Fragmentary Venus”, also called “The Aphordites” because they are from the Greek Hellenistic Period.</p> <p>After nature have done its work, it only remains the bust of these artworks dating from the seconf century BC.</p> <p>Milo Venus, which was found on an Island with the same name, is one of the best preserved artworks and can be seen at Le Louvre in Paris in all its splendour.</p> <p>The technical perfection of the movement of the body and its proportions shows the excellence of the Greek period compared to the rest of the world.</p> <p> </p> <p>By sculpting the marble, Leo Caillard seeks to open a dialogue between the past and the present to better build the future. Here, the mineral becomes organic and reminds us how our time is linked to its ancient history.</p>

The Road to Freedom

Peter's Hill, London, UK

<p>The work employs fabric aesthetics into the storytelling ensemble of symbols within the artwork. The work juxtaposes the European clothes and fabric worn by the abolitionists at the time against their indigenous fabrics of their African cultures.<br /> The portrait celebrates Olaudah Equiano who was kidnapped at age 11 from what is present day Nigeria. His autobiography paints a picture of the brutality of slavery and was intrumental in changing attitudes of the British public towards slavery.</p>

Hymn to the Big Wheel

Manhattan West in Midtown

<p style="text-align: center;">Hymn to the Big Wheel is an immersive sculptural work exploring the illusion and physicality of color and natural light in space on view at Manhattan West in Midtown from August 11 – September 5.</p> <p style="text-align: center;">Photos by Jakob Dahlin, courtesy of Manhattan West</p>

Baby 3.0

Palazzo Ca' Corner

<div class="page" title="Page 2"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p>Lorenzo Quinn’s new monumental creation will be on display in Venice, curated by Amira Gad, from 15th of July to 31st of October 2022.</p> <div class="page" title="Page 2"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p>The work will be placed in the garden of the Palazzo Corner della Ca’ Granda in San Marco, the splendid and imposing building overlooking the Grand Canal, designed by Jacopo Sansovino, historic seat of the Metropolitan City of Venice which has granted its patronage to the exhibition, and also seat of the Prefecture: a striking and iconic sculpture that will stand out over the Grand Canal, weaving with its water’s magical reflections.</p> </div> </div> </div> </div> <p> </p> </div> </div>

Gradient Remix

Color Factory Chicago, South Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL, USA

<p style="text-align: center;">“Gradient Remix” is Liz West new work from Color Factory in Chicago.<br /> This immersive light installation consists of three separate infinity rooms, leading from one to the next, each saturated with a different mixture of primary colours.</p> <p>This one has to be seen and experienced in person to be fully appreciated! Light and mirrors together play with your vision (forget about it what does to a camera lens).</p> <p>Go see it now at the new Color Factory in Chicago, USA</p> <p>Photo credits to Matt Hass</p>

Claire Luxton pool x Intercontinental Dubai

InterContinental Dubai - Festival City, an IHG Hotel - Dubai - United Arab Emirates

Claire Luxton Suite at InterContinental New York Barclay Hotel

InterContinental New York Barclay, an IHG Hotel, East 48th Street, New York, NY, USA

Claire Luxton Suite at InterContinental London Park Lane

InterContinental London Park Lane, an IHG Hotel, Park Lane, London, UK

Creating Art To Heal Wounds

88 Regent Street, Mayfair, London, UK

Colour Transfer

Paddington Central Kingdom Street, Kingdom Street, London, UK

<p>Colour Transfer is a permanent artwork spanning the underside of Paddington Central’s Westway Bridge commissioned in 2016 by British Land, London. The work comprises of multiple angled coloured mirrors, vertically spanning the height of the brickwork to create an optically vibrant and kaleidoscopic installation. The prismatic shapes mirror the tunnel’s architecture. The colours in the work change depending on where you are within the tunnel. The work appears different from one direction to the other. The coloured mirrors are positioned in a spectral arrangement running from dark red to pale pink when entering the underpass from the left and the opposite when entering from the right. As visitors move, they encounter the fluctuating effect of light and reflections created by the coloured mirrors.</p>

Portraits of Intimate Anonymity

UNIT P04, 210 Piccadilly, St. James's, London W1A 9HL

<p>Walter & Zoniel have deeply explored the subject of portraiture. From previously creating works out of 24ct gold on giant format cameras and developing processes using the sweat of their subjects’ faces to create photographs, to shooting portraits of islands and of concepts.</p> <p>This ongoing series sees them delve into a new conceptual facet of portraiture. These stylised W&Z’s photographic works offer a unique intimacy and anonymity to a portrait. Each portrait is thickly overpainted, creating a sculptural incarnation of its subjects, whilst allowing both the subject and the viewer space to inhabit the work with ease.<br /> We are given space to examine, both the subject’s environment and our own natural ‘filling in of the gaps’, our preconceptions and presumptions.</p>

Renaissance Women VIII

4 Conduit Street, London, UK

<p>Teaming up with <a href="https://www.thecrownestate.co.uk/">The Crown Estate</a>, MTArt Agency has incorporated exciting artworks in streets and shops that have struggled since the COVID-19 outbreak. In order to keep the area beautiful and inspiring, artists <a href="https://mtart.agency/artists/leo-caillard/">Léo Caillard’s</a> work feature strong, powerful women, projecting presence and inclusivity.</p> <p><span style="color: #3ebad6;">Listen to our artist Léo Caillard speak about our project while you are on our public art tour…</span></p> <!--[if lt IE 9]><script>document.createElement('audio');</script><![endif]--> <audio class="wp-audio-shortcode" id="audio-5415-1" preload="none" style="width: 100%;" controls="controls"><source type="audio/mpeg" src="https://mtart.agency/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/3a8c23c9-ec5a-428a-aed2-8cfe74973e68-online-audio-converter.com_.mp3?_=1" /><a href="https://mtart.agency/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/3a8c23c9-ec5a-428a-aed2-8cfe74973e68-online-audio-converter.com_.mp3">https://mtart.agency/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/3a8c23c9-ec5a-428a-aed2-8cfe74973e68-online-audio-converter.com_.mp3</a></audio>

Plant Yourself

235 Regent St, London W1B 2EL, UK

<p>With our partner <a href="https://www.thecrownestate.co.uk/">The Crown Estate</a> and our artist <a href="https://mtart.agency/artists/claire-luxton/">Claire Luxton</a>, we launched our longest public art project along the 1.3km long street of Regent Street, entitled <strong>“Plant Yourself”</strong>. After our artist’s <a href="https://mtart.agency/loccitane-x-claire-luxton/">public art projects</a> in Central London that started in January 2021, our artist Claire Luxton is continuing to inspire Londoners with her art. For this special project, Londoners are invited to look at their feet level as they wander on Regent Street to spot the beautiful and colourful artworks of our artist on brand new planters. The Crown Estate and <a href="https://www.westminster.gov.uk/">Westminster City Council</a> helped <a href="https://www.regentstreetonline.com/">Regent Street</a> to create a greener, safer and more accessible West End and we are proud to be stepping in and highlighting it with these super cool photographs. To spot our planters with the photographs of our artist, passers-by can start their trail at Oxford Circus and head down towards Regent Street. More information <a href="https://mtart.agency/plant-yourself-c%E2%80%A6the-crown-estate/">here</a>.</p> <p><span style="color: #3ebad6;">Listen to our artist Claire Luxton speak about our project while you are on our public art tour…</span></p> <audio class="wp-audio-shortcode" id="audio-5415-2" preload="none" style="width: 100%;" controls="controls"><source type="audio/wav" src="https://mtart.agency/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/audio_c.luxton_plant-yourself_TCE.wav?_=2" /><a href="https://mtart.agency/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/audio_c.luxton_plant-yourself_TCE.wav">https://mtart.agency/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/audio_c.luxton_plant-yourself_TCE.wav</a></audio>

A Simple Hello

Surrey Street, Croydon, UK

<p>Lauren Baker’s neon is the first of a series of public art pieces to be installed on Surrey Street in Croydon, it aims to bring a positive message to the area while providing a fun, alternative way to light under the pedestrian bridge. Lauren created this uplifting neon installation on Surrey Street Bridge as part of the council’s £1.1m renovation of the 700-year-old Surrey Street market (in collaboration with Rise Gallery).</p> <p><span style="color: #3ebad6;">Listen to our artist Lauren Baker speak about her project while you are on our public art tour…</span></p> <audio class="wp-audio-shortcode" id="audio-5415-3" preload="none" style="width: 100%;" controls="controls"><source type="audio/mpeg" src="https://mtart.agency/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/audio_Lauren-Baker_a-simple-hello.m4a?_=3" /><a href="https://mtart.agency/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/audio_Lauren-Baker_a-simple-hello.m4a">https://mtart.agency/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/audio_Lauren-Baker_a-simple-hello.m4a</a></audio>

Of Myth and Legend

The Knightsbridge Estate, Brompton Road, London, UK

<p>The Knightsbridge Estate has unveiled a large-scale photographic installation entitled ‘Of Myth and Legend’ on Brompton Road. The Estate commissioned the series of portraits from British Nigerian photographic artist Àsìkò to mark the completion of seven magnificent brand-new flagship stores built behind restored façades. Framed by vast windows, the nine super-sized portraits inspired by multi-cultural fashion culture in London, sit at pavement level, with further images occupying the upper windows.</p> <p>In a collaboration with MTArt to bring Àsìkò’s work to The Knightsbridge Estate, ‘Of Myth and Legend’ draws its inspiration from the stories of deities from the multicultural communities of London. Through the work, Àsìkò explores shared heritages of African and other cultures to create new narrative blends of mythological deities. The series is composed of fashion photographic imagery and collage symbolism as an interpretation of diasporic ideology using deity iconography. The work explores the connections or shared stories, highlighting we have more in common than we think, and our connections loom deeper through the ages.</p> <p>“When I was young I was inspired by the stories of the heroes and mythology of my Yoruba culture.<br /> These cultural icons form the inspiration for ‘Of Myth and Legend’, which explores the legends of the<br /> Orisha through new interpretations of the diaspora narrative. From German to Indian, African and Asian,<br /> the palette of London is wide and vast, a melting point of ethnicities and backgrounds. I am thrilled to<br /> have been given the opportunity by The Knightsbridge Estate to show this new body of work in such a<br /> prestigious and prominent address.”<br /> Àsìkò</p> <p>“The Knightsbridge Estate is excited to be exhibiting this brand-new body of art by Àsìkò. We hope that these works of art will bring pleasure to our thriving community, and attract interest from residents and visitors to The Estate.”<br /> Sarah Waller, Chelsfield’s Senior Asset Manager, The Knightsbridge Estate</p>

Hipster in Stone

1 Heddon Street, London, UK

<p>We’ve just launched our next public art installation, on Regents Street with the Crown Estate‘Hipsters in Stone’ is the eye-catching work of Léo Caillard, located next to the entrance of Heddon Street and we’re so thrilled to bring more works of art to the streets of London.</p>

Hundreds and Thousands

Greenwich Peninsula, London, UK

<p class="">Greenwich Peninsula has commissioned Liz West to create <em>Hundreds and Thousands </em>for The Tide. The artwork wraps 700 metres of the walkway’s glass balustrades, creating a ribbon of undulating colour. The installation contemplates the subtle nuances of light in this unique riverside location as we transition from Spring to Summer. This work is part of an ongoing exploration of colour and scale, using The Tide as an evolving platform.</p> <p class="">For West<em>, Hundreds and Thousands</em> pays homage to The Tide’s geography and proximity to the Greenwich meridian line by behaving as a sundial, therefore, allowing people to see the changing light depending on the time of day and season. The multiple reflective glass surfaces adorned with jewel-like multicolours will reflect people and the surroundings, encouraging and promoting movement around The Tide and making a work that feels like it ‘belongs’. “The experience of seeing my work as you move along and around The Tide gives visitors a kaleidoscopic and rich visual experience that will hopefully trigger feelings of wellbeing and joy.”</p> <p class="">The architecture and design of The Tide, as well as how the space is used by the public, has influenced the intricate design to allow people a fluid and ever-changing experience of the work. Selected colours and repeated visuals have been used to augment and enhance the space and visitor experience. This site-specific work aims to create a new space for exploration and discovery. It depicts and symbolises a physical and metaphorical meeting point of both colours and people. Covering all the glass panels of The Tide, this immersive installation helps join together the different paths across the space. The luminous multicoloured stripes collectively become a rhythmic cacophony of colours, creating a mesmerising mass when viewed from all angles. The work appears to change and morph as you journey around the space. The work encourages you to follow the work around the space, with different perspectives offering intriguing colourways and kaleidoscopic visuals.</p> <p class="">The colour palette aims to encourage positive associations and memories of colour. West makes these colour choices instinctively and intuitively, experimenting in colour mixing to focus on the interaction of colours as well as carefully composing a spatial balance between geometric elements and forms.</p>

Our Current Public Art Projects in London

Primavera II

London, UK

Lost Memories/Black Diaspora UK

London, UK

Hueism

London, UK

SciencesPo x Léo Caillard

Paris, France

The Road to Freedom

Peter's Hill, London, UK

Hymn to the Big Wheel

New York City, USA

Baby 3.0

Venice, Italy

Gradient Remix

Chicago, USA

Claire Luxton pool x Intercontinental Dubai

Dubai, UAE

Claire Luxton Suite at InterContinental New York Barclay Hotel

New York, USA

Claire Luxton Suite at InterContinental London Park Lane

Intercontinental London Park Lane

Creating Art To Heal Wounds

Regent Street, London UK

Colour Transfer

London, United Kingdom

Portraits of Intimate Anonymity

UNIT P04, 210 Piccadilly, St. James's, London W1A 9HL

Renaissance Women VIII

Conduit Street

edited mtart agency claire luxton the crown estate

Plant Yourself

235 Regent St, London W1B 2EL

A Simple Hello

Surrey Street Bridge, Croydon

Of Myth and Legend

Brompton Road

Hipster in Stone

Regent Street

Hundreds and Thousands

The Tide, Greenwich Peninsula

Primavera II

Stefania TejadaLondon, UK

Lost Memories/Black Diaspora UK

Delphine DialloLondon, UK

Hueism

Derrick.O.BoatengLondon, UK

SciencesPo x Léo Caillard

Léo CaillardParis, France

Fragmentary Venus Tight

The Fragmentary Venus is a group of statues representing the oldest busts of the Hellenistic period. The Milo Venus is one of them.

This Fragmentary Venus is inspired by one of them coming from the collections of the Acropolis Museum in Athens.

Dating from more that 2200 years, this sculpture with almost perfect anatomical proportions shows the exceptional mastery of antiquity that was only found 1500 years later in the Renaissance. To realise his works, Léo Caillard is inspired by references to antiquity. Here, he works the stone as if it was malleable. Between mineral and organic, the artwork questions our time and our historical belonging to these statues from the past.

Venus Milo Tight

The Milo Venus is also part of the group “The Fragmentary Venus”, also called “The Aphordites” because they are from the Greek Hellenistic Period.

After nature have done its work, it only remains the bust of these artworks dating from the seconf century BC.

Milo Venus, which was found on an Island with the same name, is one of the best preserved artworks and can be seen at Le Louvre in Paris in all its splendour.

The technical perfection of the movement of the body and its proportions shows the excellence of the Greek period compared to the rest of the world.

 

By sculpting the marble, Leo Caillard seeks to open a dialogue between the past and the present to better build the future. Here, the mineral becomes organic and reminds us how our time is linked to its ancient history.

The Road to Freedom

ÀsìkòPeter's Hill, London, UK

The work employs fabric aesthetics into the storytelling ensemble of symbols within the artwork. The work juxtaposes the European clothes and fabric worn by the abolitionists at the time against their indigenous fabrics of their African cultures.
The portrait celebrates Olaudah Equiano who was kidnapped at age 11 from what is present day Nigeria. His autobiography paints a picture of the brutality of slavery and was intrumental in changing attitudes of the British public towards slavery.

Hymn to the Big Wheel

New York City, USA

Hymn to the Big Wheel is an immersive sculptural work exploring the illusion and physicality of color and natural light in space on view at Manhattan West in Midtown from August 11 – September 5.

Photos by Jakob Dahlin, courtesy of Manhattan West

Baby 3.0

Lorenzo QuinnVenice, Italy

Lorenzo Quinn’s new monumental creation will be on display in Venice, curated by Amira Gad, from 15th of July to 31st of October 2022.

The work will be placed in the garden of the Palazzo Corner della Ca’ Granda in San Marco, the splendid and imposing building overlooking the Grand Canal, designed by Jacopo Sansovino, historic seat of the Metropolitan City of Venice which has granted its patronage to the exhibition, and also seat of the Prefecture: a striking and iconic sculpture that will stand out over the Grand Canal, weaving with its water’s magical reflections.

 

Gradient Remix

Liz WestChicago, USA

“Gradient Remix” is Liz West new work from Color Factory in Chicago.
This immersive light installation consists of three separate infinity rooms, leading from one to the next, each saturated with a different mixture of primary colours.

This one has to be seen and experienced in person to be fully appreciated! Light and mirrors together play with your vision (forget about it what does to a camera lens).

Go see it now at the new Color Factory in Chicago, USA

Photo credits to Matt Hass

Claire Luxton pool x Intercontinental Dubai

Claire LuxtonDubai, UAE

Claire Luxton Suite at InterContinental New York Barclay Hotel

Claire LuxtonNew York, USA

Claire Luxton Suite at InterContinental London Park Lane

Claire LuxtonIntercontinental London Park Lane

Creating Art To Heal Wounds

Dede BandaidRegent Street, London UK

Colour Transfer

Liz WestLondon, United Kingdom

Colour Transfer is a permanent artwork spanning the underside of Paddington Central’s Westway Bridge commissioned in 2016 by British Land, London. The work comprises of multiple angled coloured mirrors, vertically spanning the height of the brickwork to create an optically vibrant and kaleidoscopic installation. The prismatic shapes mirror the tunnel’s architecture. The colours in the work change depending on where you are within the tunnel. The work appears different from one direction to the other. The coloured mirrors are positioned in a spectral arrangement running from dark red to pale pink when entering the underpass from the left and the opposite when entering from the right. As visitors move, they encounter the fluctuating effect of light and reflections created by the coloured mirrors.

Portraits of Intimate Anonymity

Walter & ZonielUNIT P04, 210 Piccadilly, St. James's, London W1A 9HL

Walter & Zoniel have deeply explored the subject of portraiture. From previously creating works out of 24ct gold on giant format cameras and developing processes using the sweat of their subjects’ faces to create photographs, to shooting portraits of islands and of concepts.

This ongoing series sees them delve into a new conceptual facet of portraiture. These stylised W&Z’s photographic works offer a unique intimacy and anonymity to a portrait. Each portrait is thickly overpainted, creating a sculptural incarnation of its subjects, whilst allowing both the subject and the viewer space to inhabit the work with ease.
We are given space to examine, both the subject’s environment and our own natural ‘filling in of the gaps’, our preconceptions and presumptions.

Renaissance Women VIII

Léo CaillardConduit Street

Teaming up with The Crown Estate, MTArt Agency has incorporated exciting artworks in streets and shops that have struggled since the COVID-19 outbreak. In order to keep the area beautiful and inspiring, artists Léo Caillard’s work feature strong, powerful women, projecting presence and inclusivity.

Listen to our artist Léo Caillard speak about our project while you are on our public art tour…

edited mtart agency claire luxton the crown estate

Plant Yourself

Claire Luxton235 Regent St, London W1B 2EL

With our partner The Crown Estate and our artist Claire Luxton, we launched our longest public art project along the 1.3km long street of Regent Street, entitled “Plant Yourself”. After our artist’s public art projects in Central London that started in January 2021, our artist Claire Luxton is continuing to inspire Londoners with her art. For this special project, Londoners are invited to look at their feet level as they wander on Regent Street to spot the beautiful and colourful artworks of our artist on brand new planters. The Crown Estate and Westminster City Council helped Regent Street to create a greener, safer and more accessible West End and we are proud to be stepping in and highlighting it with these super cool photographs. To spot our planters with the photographs of our artist, passers-by can start their trail at Oxford Circus and head down towards Regent Street. More information here.

Listen to our artist Claire Luxton speak about our project while you are on our public art tour…

A Simple Hello

Lauren BakerSurrey Street Bridge, Croydon

Lauren Baker’s neon is the first of a series of public art pieces to be installed on Surrey Street in Croydon, it aims to bring a positive message to the area while providing a fun, alternative way to light under the pedestrian bridge. Lauren created this uplifting neon installation on Surrey Street Bridge as part of the council’s £1.1m renovation of the 700-year-old Surrey Street market (in collaboration with Rise Gallery).

Listen to our artist Lauren Baker speak about her project while you are on our public art tour…

Of Myth and Legend

ÀsìkòBrompton Road

The Knightsbridge Estate has unveiled a large-scale photographic installation entitled ‘Of Myth and Legend’ on Brompton Road. The Estate commissioned the series of portraits from British Nigerian photographic artist Àsìkò to mark the completion of seven magnificent brand-new flagship stores built behind restored façades. Framed by vast windows, the nine super-sized portraits inspired by multi-cultural fashion culture in London, sit at pavement level, with further images occupying the upper windows.

In a collaboration with MTArt to bring Àsìkò’s work to The Knightsbridge Estate, ‘Of Myth and Legend’ draws its inspiration from the stories of deities from the multicultural communities of London. Through the work, Àsìkò explores shared heritages of African and other cultures to create new narrative blends of mythological deities. The series is composed of fashion photographic imagery and collage symbolism as an interpretation of diasporic ideology using deity iconography. The work explores the connections or shared stories, highlighting we have more in common than we think, and our connections loom deeper through the ages.

“When I was young I was inspired by the stories of the heroes and mythology of my Yoruba culture.
These cultural icons form the inspiration for ‘Of Myth and Legend’, which explores the legends of the
Orisha through new interpretations of the diaspora narrative. From German to Indian, African and Asian,
the palette of London is wide and vast, a melting point of ethnicities and backgrounds. I am thrilled to
have been given the opportunity by The Knightsbridge Estate to show this new body of work in such a
prestigious and prominent address.”
Àsìkò

“The Knightsbridge Estate is excited to be exhibiting this brand-new body of art by Àsìkò. We hope that these works of art will bring pleasure to our thriving community, and attract interest from residents and visitors to The Estate.”
Sarah Waller, Chelsfield’s Senior Asset Manager, The Knightsbridge Estate

Hipster in Stone

Léo CaillardRegent Street

We’ve just launched our next public art installation, on Regents Street with the Crown Estate‘Hipsters in Stone’ is the eye-catching work of Léo Caillard, located next to the entrance of Heddon Street and we’re so thrilled to bring more works of art to the streets of London.

Hundreds and Thousands

Liz WestThe Tide, Greenwich Peninsula

Greenwich Peninsula has commissioned Liz West to create Hundreds and Thousands for The Tide. The artwork wraps 700 metres of the walkway’s glass balustrades, creating a ribbon of undulating colour. The installation contemplates the subtle nuances of light in this unique riverside location as we transition from Spring to Summer. This work is part of an ongoing exploration of colour and scale, using The Tide as an evolving platform.

For West, Hundreds and Thousands pays homage to The Tide’s geography and proximity to the Greenwich meridian line by behaving as a sundial, therefore, allowing people to see the changing light depending on the time of day and season. The multiple reflective glass surfaces adorned with jewel-like multicolours will reflect people and the surroundings, encouraging and promoting movement around The Tide and making a work that feels like it ‘belongs’. “The experience of seeing my work as you move along and around The Tide gives visitors a kaleidoscopic and rich visual experience that will hopefully trigger feelings of wellbeing and joy.”

The architecture and design of The Tide, as well as how the space is used by the public, has influenced the intricate design to allow people a fluid and ever-changing experience of the work. Selected colours and repeated visuals have been used to augment and enhance the space and visitor experience. This site-specific work aims to create a new space for exploration and discovery. It depicts and symbolises a physical and metaphorical meeting point of both colours and people. Covering all the glass panels of The Tide, this immersive installation helps join together the different paths across the space. The luminous multicoloured stripes collectively become a rhythmic cacophony of colours, creating a mesmerising mass when viewed from all angles. The work appears to change and morph as you journey around the space. The work encourages you to follow the work around the space, with different perspectives offering intriguing colourways and kaleidoscopic visuals.

The colour palette aims to encourage positive associations and memories of colour. West makes these colour choices instinctively and intuitively, experimenting in colour mixing to focus on the interaction of colours as well as carefully composing a spatial balance between geometric elements and forms.

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