*** 20% of proceeds from sales of this print will be donated to York Hospitals Charity***
Digital Print on 250gsm silk paper.
The print is Unframed.
Available in A3 or A2 sizes.
*** Please note - the listing is for a single print - images showing the set of three prints are for illustration purposes only ***
This colourful print was part of a series of work commissioned by York NHS Trust for the NHS Reception Area with York's new Community Stadium. The brief was to create work which contributes to a relaxing atmosphere in the space and which relates to the local communities and surrounding environment.
The work is presented as an abstract landscape. However, each line within the landscape also has a direct relationship to local communities, reflecting data gathered during the research process.
The research involved randomly selecting fourteen postcodes from in and around York, representing the diversity of local communities. I then travelled from each postcode to the Stadium, tracking each journey with a GPS app. This resulted in fourteen GPS data sets, or ‘interesting lines’, each reflecting the use of the Community Stadium by York residents.
The lines have then been used to digitally create the ‘landscapes’ shown in the final work. i.e. the landscapes are directly created from the idea of the Stadium serving the needs of the people of York.
Further details about this work can be found in the 'News' section of this website.
This artwork was commissioned by the York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and kindly funded by the Friends of York Hospital. The commission is part of a larger project to provide artwork in the NHS areas of the Stadium, which includes a collection of paintings loaned to the NHS by the Scott Creative Arts Foundation.