EXHIBITIONS & INTERIORS
The Palace of Westminster, London – Trial of the Earl of Strafford, 1641
Exhibition graphics to celebrate the display of the newly restored painting ‘The Trial of the Earl of Strafford, 1641’ by Thomas Alfred Woolnoth. The project was designed and installed in under two weeks in the highly prestigious Royal Gallery in the House of Lords.
Image: Copyright The Palace of Westminster
We worked with the artist John Newling and the Wellcome collection to design a 11m x 3m typographic wall installation. We were given the job to produce a careful typographic interpretation of the artists work spanning a large glass wall in the gallery space.
We project managed and designed a public exhibition to promote scientific research to a public audience. Our work included the project management of 15 academic teams for the production of a two day exhibition event. The event included live demonstrations of new technology and was accompanyed by a free, fully illustrated publication.
As part of the launch of Cast we organised, in partnership with Arts and Business, the commission of 5 digital video artworks to be shown in the bar.
In collaboration with 2HD architects we held a week long exhibition in the Nottingham city centre that gathered people’s opinions on what they thought about architecture and design in the city.
How we live part 2 was a digital installation projected on to the site of the Council House in Nottingham city centre that looked at issues of regeneration in the city. The project was a commentary on the differing opinions, ideas provided by different sections of society from high government through to the man on the street.
How we live was an exhibition, survey and peoples personal account of the experiences of living in Nottingham. In collaboration with Photographer Fenella Mett, we approached different people from different parts of the city to give their stories and experiences of living in a city that has undergone dramatic regeneration in the last 20 years.
Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery has a well-established reputation for showing local, national and international art, crafts and design. In 2003, we proposed to curate a unique exhibition exploring the relationship between art, architecture and design.