Light box installation
15 light boxes, Duratrans mounted on Perspex, LED light panels, Douglas Fir panels, powder-coated steel panels, painted texts
Each light box and element 2.5 x 1.7m
A major permanent light box installation transforming a 100-metre-long windowless corridor in Hôpital Roger Salengro in Lille, France. Inspired by the city’s history of botanical medicine, the work makes a correlation between caring for plants with caring for people. A new publication accompanies the project with text by Andrew Renton, Director of Marlborough Contemporary. Book available at l’étrangère, London.
Fabricated by Darbyshire, UK.
Typographic design by Anne Odling-Smee of O-SB Design, UK.
Funded by the Fondation de France and the Fondation Carasso
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