29-07-2015 - Guiness world record attempt for largest consequences game planned for school public art project
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I was pleased to able to attend the Crofton Park local assembly last night and give an introduction to the public art project I’m developing for Lewisham Council. The project is part of a wider regeneration scheme for the Brockley area…. http://www.tompearman.co.uk/brockley-corridor-arts/
I went to the great soap box race at Alexandra Palace, plans afoot for community public art project…more news to follow…
…. for a series of collaborative based wall relief art works exploring the game of consequences / misfits within a cultural context of Hackney and the wider London area and its architecture and community. Tbc – ongoing
‘Warehaus’ refers to the title of a private development of ‘unaffordable housing’, near to where I live. The artworks consist of two layers – more information to follow.
proposal submitted for the
b-side Festival 2016
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.
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project underway…watch this space…more information to follow…
A public art design, which reflects on the history of Stotfold and celebrates the community of contemporary Stotfold. Each elevation will be designed to create a bold visual impact from a distance, but on viewing at close proximity will reveal detail and small-scale interest.
This approach aims to provide lasting interest for visitors to the building whereby the design creates lasting interest over several viewings.
Each panel will depict a heritage aspect of Stotfold; steam power, the water mill agriculture and nature. But on closer viewing, aspects of the designs will reveal themselves to be made from text. For the mill and steam designs, text would be used to form the lines of the imagery and examples showing this process have been included.
The text will create a multilayered richness both visually and thought provoking. In this way contemporary Stotfold will be woven into the design.
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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.
A series of faux entrances using a combination of plastic and printed glass. more news to follow.