Installations a go-go

Spotted this afternoon a small group of Central St Martin’s second year Architecture students as they completed and documented this rather stunning art  installation on the theme ‘occupying space’.  

As I walked my foster dog Lad from east to west on Regent’s Canal, we came off at Camley Street to take in the autumn loveliness of old St Pancras Cemetery. Turning towards the bridge we were faced with a silvery web surrounding pockets of space. Climbing up the steps we walked through the installation and met the students at the top.

This just might be the start of a whole host of art installations by University of the Arts students in and around King’s Cross this year. Let’s hope so!

About Sophie Talbot

Sophie writes for King's Cross Community Projects and occasionally on her own behalf. http://www.kccp.org.uk @KXCommunity sophie@kccp.org.uk
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One Response to Installations a go-go

  1. Cris says:

    love the railing design!

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