Allia is delighted that famous British artist Helen Marshall will create a huge public art installation for the Allia Future Business Centre Cambridge.
Allia needs 3500 photos for an art installation
The Points of Intersection public art project aims to celebrate Allia Future Business Centre’s social and environmental commitment and the communities it serves.
British artist Helen Marshall, who’s portfolio includes work for BBC Television and Tate Britain, has been commissioned to produce a huge ‘creative wall of support’ photomontage to be displayed in the atrium of Future Business Centre Cambridge.
Helen will begin work on the piece in September using photographs submitted from the FBC community by tenants, visitors, staff, investors, suppliers and community groups; she needs 3500 photographs to create the ambitious installation.
Tenants and staff have begun taking part in creative workshops at the centre, playing and manipulating light in different ways to create images which will be used in the photomontage.
To be part of the story, simply upload photos which you think amplify your business, at www.futurebusinesscentre.co.uk/support/public-art-the-points-of-intersection and the chances are you will see your images in the montage when it’s permanently installed in November.
Image credit: “The People’s Monach” by Helen Marshall, installation at Gatwick Airport
Allia is a not-for-profit organisation that supports businesses - through flexible workspace, social finance and free business support - so that they can grow and create positive impact, on their communities and on the planet.