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19 June-23 August 2013
The Watergardens, Harlow, Essex
Three sculptural installations – claustrophobic, defensive spaces reminiscent of military bunkers – have been built in the gallery, and individuals and groups in Harlow are invited to make use of them. Here is an opportunity to examine the meaning of selfhood and togetherness, developing the idea of a community art gallery as a place of meeting and action.
Image: Bunkers 1,2 & 3
2009. Patented reactive concrete paving. Dimensions variable.
1st Prize: BCA Innovations in Concrete & 2nd Prize, International Concrete Design Competition. A paving slab whose appearance and texture change in response to pedestrian traffic, creating a visual and tactile record that adds functionality and character. Every pedestrian becomes a participant, inscribing the history of that space’s use, and creating a form of intuitively understood signage.