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university of oxford

Julian Wild was commissioned in 2016 by the University of Oxford to make a sculpture for their bio-medical research centre: The Li Ka Shing Centre for Health, Information and Discovery.

'Origin' responds to the ground-breaking work that takes place at the Li Ka Shing Centre.  The title alludes to the importance of the small inception point from which monumental ideas can grow.

foster's mill

David Ward was appointed by Brookgate and Hill to develop a temporary light installation for Foster's Mill, next to Cambridge Railway Station. 'Foster's Mill Firmament' referenced the history of the mill and other buildings in Cambridge.

The month-long installation was the first project to be presented as part of the CB1 public art programme at the outset of the development.

cambridge assessment

Cambridge Assessment commissioned Vong Phaophanit and Claire Obussier to make a Work that would be integral to their new headquarters on Shaftesbury Road in Cambridge.

The opportunity was highly significant due to the organisation's international profile, and the site's potential to create a new gateway to the City.

In developing 'In Other Words' the artists worked closely with Eric Parry Architects and the design team.

newnham college

Newnham College commissioned Cathy De Monchaux to make a sculpture for the new Dorothy Garrod building which opened in 2018.

Facing Sidgwick Avenue, 'Beyond Thinking' is a 10.6 metre bronze column incorporated into the fabric of the building alongside the main entrance.

acrc addenbrookes

'Microscape' by Michael Brennand-Wood was commissioned in 2015 for the new Addenbrookes Clinical Research Centre on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus.

Fabricated from corten steel, the work references the users of the building and its medical and scientific context and is designed to reveal its meaning over many viewing.

the metaphysical cyclist

Leading British artist Gavin Turk has been commissioned to make a major new sculpture for Station Square at the centre of the CB1 development in Cambridge. The Work will be unveiled in the autumn of 2020.

During the summer of 2019 as part of the build up to the installation of the sculpture, Gavin Turk led a series of public cycle tours of some the Cambridge's existing sculptures on specially commissioned bikes, encouraging participants to discuss them.

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