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alt: A large hanging blue textile which has used the the cyanotype process to print a large ven diagram infographic onto it.
Sunlight Doesn't Need a Pipeline: Commission
A large-scale low-emission banner, mapping 4 pillars for decarbonisation, made in collaboration with the sun
Clients:

Dani Admiss, Curator
Stanley Picker Gallery

Services:
#Visual Identity #Commissions #Installation
Deliverables:

Low Emission Large Format Cyanotype Banner

alt: A large hanging blue textile which has used the the cyanotype process to print a large ven diagram infographic onto it.

We were commissioned to produce an engaging, low-carbon map for the Sunlight Doesn’t Need a Pipeline (SDNP) festival. We applied the same low-carbon philosophy as in the SDNP website and visual identity to the production of a 3m x 3m large scale banner, which utilised cyanotype printing techniques, and the power of the sun on textile off-cuts, to create a more sustainable print outcome.

This installation aimed to map artistic responses to the decarbonisation plan of SDNP across the four areas of 'Access, Labour, Land & Energy', acting as a provocation for the future of a more sustainable, low carbon and accessible art world.

The banner was displayed at the Stanley Picker Gallery during the SDNP-festival in October 2022.

a close up of a large blue dyed material with a white pattern and faded text displayed on it
SDNP Cyanotype Banner
a close up of a large blue dyed material comprising of different fabrics sewn together with a showing details of the cyanotype
SDNP Cyanotype Banner
Banner Sewing process
Cyanotype exposing process

Prospectives, 2019


Open-access online journal centred around architectural computation
A laptop resting on a persons lap, showing the Prospectives website on the laptop screen

Live Art Sector Research, 2021


Digital & print report, mapping the UK live art sector
alt: A woman holding the Live Art Sector Research book. The front cover uses multiple font weights and bright gradients to catch the eye
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