LONDON MAYOR’S AIR QUALITY FUNDED PUBLIC ART PROJECT

Submitted by TOM PEARMAN

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Client: Lewisham Borough Council / London Mayor’s Air Quality Fund

Location: LONDON, United Kingdom

Completion date: 2017

Artwork budget: $36,000

Project Team

Client

Lewisham Borough Council

Lewisham Borough Council

Overview

Funded by the London Mayor’s Air Quality Fund, Tom Pearman was commissioned to design a series of enamel signs to be located within the Brockley area, in South London.
Each artwork has a different positive message on a different opening box that contains ‘CLEANER AIR’. Dimensions: 6 various 800-1200 x 1000-1600mm panel size

Goals

It is hoped through this public art scheme and through active public consultation and educational art and enviromental workshops, that the artworks will help foster a collaborative and creative approach towards promoting cleaner air quality.

Process

The locations included a public library, a public house, a station cafe and 3 local schools. Tom managed the project and liaised with all community groups and local businesses that were involved in the project. He established clear and proffessional dialogues with all the artworks' locations / premises, and with the fabricator and installation team ensuring a successful outcome to the commission.