A journey around Andrew Rae’s pencil case

Peepshow image makers Andrew Rae and Chrissie Macdonald have collaborated to create a mixed media installation designed to engage children as they travel from ward to operating theatre at a London hospital…

Peepshow image makers Andrew Rae and Chrissie Macdonald have collaborated to create a mixed media installation designed to engage children as they travel from ward to operating theatre at a London hospital…

Commissioned by Vital Arts for the New Royal London Hospital and entitled A Journey Around My Pencil Case, the installation incorporates hand-painted elements, sculpture and bright wallpapers, the idea being that children can follow a line drawn along the route from ward to theatre, thus distracting them from their looming operation. Here are some shots of the work in situ:

Photography by Jess Bonham.

peepshow.org.uk

 

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