Turner's Garden, twickenham viewed through a red gel
The Effects
The Effects
The Effects
The Effects
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Blurred image of passnegers walking by Architectural installation by Henry coleman on the facade of an Office block by SEOM on the forecourt of euston station.
Architectural installation by Henry coleman on the facade of an Office block by SEOM on the forecourt of euston station.
Apssengers passing by Architectural installation by Henry coleman on the facade of an Office block by SEOM on the forecourt of euston station.
Architectural installation by Henry coleman on the facade of an Office block by SEOM on the forecourt of euston station.
Life on other lines' by artist Henry Coleman. Installation of brightly colored posters based on drawings of the Polygon Estate, Somers Town by Architect Peter Tabori, pasted across a building hoarding against a bright blue sky
Life on other lines' by artist Henry Coleman. Close up of brown red and black  A0 poster-sized drawing of reflected version  of the nearby Polygon Estate, Somers Town, by Architect Peter Tabori. From a public art series of posters installed on a Chalton Street
Life on other lines' by artist Henry Coleman. Close up of pink on white A0 poster-sized drawing of reflected version  of the nearby Polygon Estate, Somers Town, by Architect Peter Tabori. From a public art series of posters installed on a Chalton Street
Life on other lines' by artist Henry Coleman. Close up of Brown A0 poster-sized drawing of reflected version  of the nearby Polygon Estate, Somers Town, by Architect Peter Tabori. From a public art series of posters installed on a Chalton Street
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The Effects

'The Effects'. A suite of artworks for Sandycombe Lodge, JMW Turner’s home in Twickenham. The set of sculptural works adopt and adapt the house’s histories to explore Turner’s investigations into the emotional scope and perceptual effects of coloured light. The site-specific installations build out of Turner’s relationship with his close contemporary, the architect Sir John Soane and their shared moments of fascination and enquiry, drawing a thread of coloured light between the work of the two artists and their mutual preoccupations.