Harrison, K (2006) Last Supper' and 'M25 London Orbital' Invited Commissions. Victoria and Albert Museum, London.. [Performance]
|Date:||29 September 2006|
|Event Location:||Victoria and Albert Museum, London.|
Closing Date: 2006-Sep-29
M25 London Orbital was a ceramic replica of Scalextric track manufactured by CTM Ltd, a ceramics engineering company in Birmingham. The track is a 1:5000 scaled version of the M25 London Orbital and negotiated the inside and outside of the VandA sculpture court. An Arts Council Grant for the Arts was awarded to cover the costs of manufacture and installation of this work. Two 38 metre electric heating elements are laid into the slots on the track and filled with a mixture of glaze frit and cobalt. It was intended that the track would be heated to 900 degrees Celsius and that two lines of blue glass would be created around the track. Due to technical difficulties the work was unable to be fired on the night. The work will be shown as part of a solo show at Permanent Gallery, Brighton in January 2008.
An AHRC Small Grants Award was made to document and disseminate the event through photography and film. Working in partnership with TV company Two- four Communications in the production of a DVD and broadcast quality show-reel of the VandA pieces and other recent works to be shown in Brighton in January 2008.
|Divisions:||Bath School of Art and Design|
|Date Deposited:||18 Nov 2012 04:45|
|Last Modified:||03 Sep 2014 10:03|
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