Panmure Passage Lightbox

Materials: Semi opaque corrugated plastic, MDF, oak, acrylic sheet, curtain wire cord cable, metal fixtures, permanent marker, fluorescent tube lights, acrylic paint

Created: 2013

H: 102.5cm W: 102.5cm D: 25cm

Categories: Exhibition Works

This work was made for the Royal Scottish Academy Annual exhibition in 2011. The show was curated by Victoria Crowe RSA, the theme of her curation was ‘Transformation – Documenting the Artists’ Practice from Inspiration to Creation’. It focused on the importance of preparatory work documenting the transformative journey from initial thought through to realised work. It includes some of the templates used in the making of Panmure Passage.


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