Pixelated sculpture in Temple Meads Station. Image by Farrows Creative - Maya
Maya - Pixelated Sculpture Stops Train
The 3D pixelated sculpture is on platform 1 of Bristol Temple Meads train station. Watch film. Read in The Guardian. From a distance she appears to stand alone at the end of the platform. As you move closer, she fragments into 3D pixels. A train was recently held up when the driver thought the girl was real!
Street Pianos in Puerto Rico
Play Me, I'm Yours has just gone live in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico. Enjoyed by millions of people around the world, more than 1100 street pianos have been installed so far for the public to play and enjoy. Mexico City will be the next city to present this artwork in March.
Play Me, I'm Yours wins OEA Award!
Following its outing in Omaha last year, organised by The Omaha Creative Institute, Play Me, I'm Yours has won 'Best Public Art' at the 2013 Omaha Entertainment and Arts Awards.
Passing many homes on the back streets of Bristol, this travelling orchestra delivers an artistic visual and musical experience to the public’s door. The first Lullaby took place in Bristol with Sustrans in 2013 for Pedal On UK. We hope to tour this artwork internationally over the coming years.
An investigation into flags and nationalism through the creation of a flag neutralising machine. All the national flags are painted white as they pass infront of spray cans. A project with legal advice from Artquest and consultation with Dr Jon Fox from the University of Bristol.
BBC Radio 3 Programme Presented by Luke Jerram
BBC Radio3 recently aired Luke's 15minute programme for The Essay about his street piano project again. If you missed it, you can listen to the programme in your own time, with this You Tube slideshow.
Park and Slide
This giant 90m water slide is currently being developed for presentation on Park Street in central Bristol. Help us make this happen for our city with this Kickstarter Campaign! Enabling people to navigate the streets of their city in a new way, the slide is a simple architectural intervention and a playful response to the urban landscape.
Sky Orchestra perform over Derry for UK City of Culture 2013
The Sky Orchestra performed in Derry for the UK City of Culture 2013. Playing specially composed ambient sleep music from a flotilla of 7 hot air balloons the artwork is a vast surround sound artwork delivering an artistic experience to people's homes. Watch great film of the event.