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Square Triangle aka Sunbeam, 2016 Limited edition

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Square Triangle aka Sunbeam, 2016 Limited edition

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Square Triangle aka Sunbeam, 2016 Limited edition

360.00

George Lewis

Square Triangle aka Sunbeam, 2016
450mm x 550mm 10mm-wide line of weighted steel with UV bulb and fitting
Edition 1 of 10

The original concept sketch for Square Triangle aka Sunbeam, proposed by George Lewis (almost seven years old), was to somehow build a sculpture 2m wide and 2m tall. The colourful creation would glow in the dark. George built a scale model of how his sculpture would look. When this was seen by an engineer in his family they explored together the process through which a full-scale sculpture could happen. 

This would be constructed with welded 25mm aluminium box section, or it could be laser cut out of a piece of 5mm steel plate. A UV black light would be used to make it glow in the dark. Alternatively, it could be suspended with rigging between two of the high-level containers. George stipulated it would be painted yellow, blue and orange, and set about seeking sponsorship for the paint and construction.

SCAPE Public Art agreed to include the sculpture installation within Re:START mall as a new addition to Re:ACTIVATE, the SCAPE Public Art Development programme for emerging artists. 

Re:ACTIVATE Kids for 2017 and 2018 will be open to artists under 18 years of age aspiring to produce work. Kids’ designs will be selected by SCAPE and sponsored by Lewis Bradford Consulting Engineers.

As a strong supporter of the arts and community projects Lewis Bradford sponsored the construction of Square Triangle aka Sunbeam. They have committed to ongoing support of young people like George to realise their sculptural dreams through this new programme; Re:ACTIVATE Kids. Proceeds from the sale of this work will go towards the production for the 2017 and 2018 selected young artist’s works.

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