20-12-2014 - ʻBROCKLEY CORRIDORʼ PUBLIC ART COMMISSION AWARDED
ʻBrockley Corridorʼ Public art commission. As part of Lewisham Council’s regeneration scheme, Transport for London is funding a series of art interventions to promote the environment and air pollution and ‘green’ modes of transport. Pearman has been commissioned to design a series of enamel signs to be located along the site.
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04-03-2015 - WARHAUS
A series of faux entrances using a combination of plastic and printed glass. more news to follow.
04-03-2015 - Wall-based 2D commission for new Lidl store, Cardiff
Lidl UK wish to appoint an artist to design and create a series of artworks for a new store opening in Cardiff in February 2015. The store will be located on Leckwith Road. More news to follow.
27-02-2015 - Northern Ireland Hospice - Call for Public Artists/Creative Design Teams – currently shortlisted
Northern Ireland Hospice is rebuilding the Adult Hospice, Somerton Road, Public Art Programme is supporting NI Hospice with the development of an Integrated Public Arts Project for this rebuild. The project involves among other architectural artwork elements.
13-01-2015 - Hilton Hotel, Terrace Mount, Bournemouth PUBLIC ART COMMISSION – shortlisted
Reporting to a designated Project Panel (named below), an experienced artist is sought to design a site-specific, innovative, timeless and high quality artwork (or series of artworks) for integration into the external public realm / landscaped areas of the scheme.
It is anticipated that the work produced in response to this brief will be largely focussed on the retaining wall at block B but will extend to the retaining walls in the vicinity of blocks A and C, as well as providing aesthetic treatment of the hotel’s associated landscaped areas and pathways.
The public art at the site is expected to serve as an aesthetic narrative for a pedestrian audience – as shown in the following images – and will be clearly visible from nearby highways.
04-03-2014 - IDEAS : PEOPLE : PLACES
IDEAS : PEOPLE : PLACES, An arts strategy to embed the arts in a genuine and meaningful way, in a small number of imaginative and innovative regeneration projects, funded by the Arts Council of Wales.
Tom was commissioned by ArtsReach to undertake a series of creative sessions under the above project.
Tom worked at Holyhead Secondary school in the technology department. He devised a series of sessions in collaboration with head of department and local artist Tim Dickinson. UsingMinecraft as a platform the students designed a sreies of imaginary environments that housed a Minecraft architectural structure. This structure was devised without practical constraints or limitations, embracing the ideological notion of utopia.
09-06-2014 - window artwork installed for school residency exploring optical devices…
Based upon the inspirational short film ‘Powers of Ten’, a short American documentary written and directed by Charles and Ray Eames, Pearman is exploring the powers of microcosm and microcosm. The discoveries are showcased as a series of architectural glass designs for two stairwell windows in the school.
Tom collaborated with several classes from the school to explore microcosm and marcocosm as seen through optical devises such as binoculas, magnifiying glasses and microscopes.