Behind the Stage, Plas Newydd, National Trust
Theatrical interpretation for Plas Newydd re-servicing project; Between 2019 to 2021, a brand new experience will welcome visitors to the house at Plas Newydd. With the essential rewiring and plumbing work happening safely behind the scenes, visitors are invited to discover more about the past, present and future work to safeguard and conserve the house. Visitors are not only able to go ‘behind the stage’, but invited to question the purpose of conservation. Architect: vPPR Architects, Narrative: Eleanor Scoones, DP: Paul Bates, Performer: Vicky Butterfly. Soundcloud for the Rex Whistler Room installation by Simon Pyke.
Latent Specators, UNArt Center, Shanghai
Curated by Iris Long and V2 Lab for the Unstable Media, Latent Spectators exhibits four artists’ works on the theme of technology and perception. Liu Xin, Lisa Chang Lee, Coralie Vogelaar and Johannes Langkamp with fourteen works responding to the question — Are humans and machines likely to capture the same reality? Is there room for different ways of sensing the world, different from the model of modern science?
Brighton Centre for Contemporary Arts
Identity and typeface design for new major contemporary arts gallery in Brighton. The design reflects the centre’s focus on experimentation, process and research lead practice, the modular structure of the typography originates from the process of creating letterforms with tape.
Dark Matter, Science Gallery London
The Dark Matter exhibition presents ideas at the interface of science, technology and art, informed by conversations and collaborations with leading theoretical physicists from King's College London and their research at the limits of what can be observed or known. Exhibition Design by vPPR Architects. 3D rendering by Louise Silfversparre.
Alina Szapocznikow: Human Landscapes
Exhibition graphics for the first UK retrospective of the work of the much-overlooked Polish artist at the Hepworth Wakefield. Exhibition design by vPPR Architects, 2017. Selected photography by Lewis Ronald.
Organised by The Architects’ Journal as a part of the borough’s £500 million Growth Zone programme, Twelve and vPPR Architects together with Whitewall Co. won the competition to develop an interactive wayfinding system for Croydon Council. With LEDs set in perforated Cor-ten steel fascia and downward light curtain, Halo is a family of devices that not only provides interactive information such as local data, weathers and local businesses, but also serves as a temporary stage for street performances. Currently under development, the first Halo is to be expected by the end of 2018.
A Brief History of Hygiene
Installation for Projects Reviews 2015, Architectural Association. Installation Design, London, 2015