GRIZEDALE ARTS AT 4TH ANYANG PUBLIC ART PROJECT
TCS Pavilion, 2014
Structure 262 x 300 x 660cm approximately
THE CONISTON CRICKET PAVILION, Architecture competition shortlist, 2013
Artists Giles Round and Sarah Staton in collaboration with architect Dominic Cullinan were shortlisted in a competition to design the new Coniston Cricket Pavilion.
The project is advocating a multi-functional construction, which could double as a contemporary holiday let, bakery, or some other amenity otherwise absent in the village, outside of the cricket season, with the aim of encouraging greater involvement within the various village groups, showing an alternative model for how villages can be designed. One of the crucial points of the project is to bring greater involvement, integration and use of the amazing grounds within the village, as well as securing the financial future of the clubs.
LIVING STRUCTURE: FESTIVAL MATRIX, commission for Past Present Future Space-time, 2011
Living Structure: Festival Matrix, 2011
Scaffolding components, wood, canvas and festoon lighting
610 x 870 x 610cm
A new architectural commission forming one of the stages for Wysing Art Centre's annual music festival, Past Present Future Space-time. The structure is a reinterpretation of Ken Isaacs’ nomadic architecture taken from his counter-cultural book How To Build Your Own Living Structures (1974).
Present Future Space-time, Saturday 10th September, 12pm-12am
Wysing Arts Centre
Fox Road near Bourn
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