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What If Buildings Could See? Cambridge Festival

By Grace | March 6, 2020

Tuesday 30 March at 2:00pm-2:45pmTo Book Visit: What If Buildings Could See? As part of the Cambridge Festival 2021, Jason Bruges Studio will be discussing their new site-specific media artwork for Cambridge Science Park entitled Latent Façade.   Latent Façade is a site-specific media artwork which celebrates the history of ground-breaking research developed at the Science…

Two new Works for Queen Mary University of London by Giulia Ricci

By Grace | November 28, 2019

Artist Giulia Ricci has created two new Works for the School of Mathematical Sciences building at Queen Mary University of London. ‘Parallel/Bend (Folding)’ was drawn directly by the artist on to the walls and columns of the undergraduate study area over a period of several weeks. The Work responds to the main external feature of…

Sculptures for Moulsham Lodge, Chelmsford

By Grace | October 23, 2019

Five new sculptures by artist Howard Bowcott have been placed across Moulsham Lodge’s green spaces. ‘Five Structures with Whimsies’ provide both a focus within the locality and places for sitting and reflection. Howard Bowcott’s initial concept for the work came from natural forms such as leaves and seed pods – respecting the context in which…

Jason Bruges Studio Appointed for Cambridge Science Park Commission

By Grace | August 20, 2019

Jason Bruges Studio has been appointed to develop and deliver a new permanent public artwork for the Cambridge Science Park. Since it was established by Trinity College in 1970, the Cambridge Science Park has played a pivotal role in the “Cambridge Phenomenon” – the transformation of Cambridge from a market town with a world-class university…

Pictographic – Inspiration, Idea, Image

By Grace | December 28, 2018

An exhibition and artist talk exploring the inspiration, ideas and process behind Michael Brennand-Wood’s public commission for Anglia House, the new student accommodation on corner of Newmarket Road and River Lane will take place at Cambridge Museum of Technology from Friday, 4th January 2019 to Thursday, 10th January 2019. Brennand-Wood’s commission, ‘Pictographic’ comprises two large…

The Cambridge Betterment Society

By Grace | November 12, 2018

Film Premier: An Artist’s View of World-Leading Cambridge Medical Research A free film screening, featuring artists’ films responding to bio-medical research at the new Jeffrey Cheah Biomedical Centre will take place at 7pm on Friday, 16th November 2018 at the Frank Lee Centre, Addenbrookes Hospital. Cambridge based artist Harold Offeh has commissioned a group of…

Alison Turnbull Talk at ARU

By Grace | November 6, 2018

Artist Alison Turnbull will be talking about her practice and her new commission for the Peterhouse Technology Park, Cherry Hinton. Her talk will explore the relationship between her work in the studio and her site specific projects with particular focus on the Cambridge Commission. The talk will take place at 6.30 pm on 13th November…

Remains To Be Seen

By Grace | October 8, 2018

On Tuesday, 16 October 2018, artist Annie Cattrell will be in conversation with particle physicist Dr Harry Cliff and former Director, of the Science Gallery, London, Daniel Glaser. They will be discussing Cattrell’s commission for the University of Cambridge’s New Museums Site. The talk, which is part of the Festival of Ideas 2018, will focus…

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