Art and Architecture
City Park West Phase 1, Chelmsford, 2014 - 2015
Bewbush Healthy Living Centre, Crawley, 2010
Crawley Art and Architecture Programme, 2007
K2 Crawley, 2005 - 2006
Community and Regeneration
Arts and Health
Public Art Policy and Strategy
Visual Arts Plans & Reports
“The intention with the bollards was to create a piece of artwork that integrates with the building, is functional, explores current issues on waste reuse, is aesthetically attractive and involves the local community in a way that makes them feel a sense of ownership and participation.”
Laura Johnston’s commission ‘Aerial’, a glass and steel suspended sculpture was designed to create a dynamic form that animates the entrance foyer of K2 through the projection of light and colour. Dichroic glass changes in hue and intensity depending upon the angle of view and the direction of light falling on the glass.
“Laura Johnston’s glass installation is a decorative sculpture that brings a unique feel to the entrance foyer. It is a talking piece and a piece of accessible artwork for the K2 community. Its positioning means it is viewed from many angles and places throughout the leisure centre, and as a landmark.”
Sharon Elphick worked with leisure centre users and local schools to produce three wall hangings from digital photographs based on sporting activity in Crawley.