Here is a rudimentary three dimensional animated zoetrope. The figure is an old fashioned station master. I have used an old record player for the rotating drum - with its own wobble. Currently discussing using these within pillar boxes as wayfinders for Burnley Borough Council. Massive thanks again to Seb Boyesen.
The gold cladding for Holmes Bridge is nearly complete. Two more days should do it, then the LED lights will be connected and hopefully a beautiful golden arc will glow over the river Derwent. The glow of the clad recess in these photographs is simply the natural light being collected and reflected Massive thanks to Seb Boyesen, Simon Wilkins and Jake.
The installation of gold cladding on the interior of Holmes Bridge over the River Derwent is underway. The gold channel will have 10 uplighters on each wall to illuminate the interior. There are 20 down lighters that are directed diagonally onto the river which then reflect back on to the underside of the bridge with ripples of light.
Massive thanks to Seb Boyesen, Simon Wilkins and Jake.
Thanks too to Helen Oakes, Helen Acton and Paulathe 'Tunnel Vision' team.
Several pieces were installed last week into the new Sir Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre in Harrogate. Professional photographs will be taken soon of all the pieces. In the mean time here is one section of the animated glass. As people walk along the corridor the image becomes animated.
Many thanks to David Proto, Macmillan and Emily Malins.