October 10, 2011 Arilda

Greyworld lead a masterclass with students

Andrew Shoben from Greyworld visited Bath School of Art and Design in early October to launch Clockwork City, their exiting new interactive artwork for Illuminate Bath. Greyworld are well known for creating mesmerising public art.

Andrew led a masterclass with BA Graphic Communication and BA Fine Art students in order to brainstorm and develop ideas that will form part of Clockwork City.  He also gave an entertaining lecture about his work and experience, providing valuable lessons to students.

During Illuminate Bath giant clockwork keys will mysteriously appear around Bath city centre, attached to ordinary objects found in the street. When turned, the keys trigger magical lights, projected images and sounds, transforming the way you see the street and drawing your attention to elements you may not previously have noticed.



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Illuminate 2015 is organised by Bath Spa University