This aspect of my work is all about redefining unloved spaces from the bottom up. It involves the whole community and aims to transform our urban environments in order that they represent the type of imagery that the whole community wants to see. This is often in tunnels. alleys, and general spaces where there’s need of an intervention, often there’s high footfall during the daytime. However at night, activities such as “tagging*” can begin to dominate the space.
- “Inspiring art”
- “Great style, colour & participatory elements”
- “Like very much. Could be beautiful.”
The judging panel consisted of:
Caroline Lucas (MP, Green Party, Brighton Pavillion)
Peter Harold (North Laine Community Association representative)
Paul Hart (Baron Homes representative)
Aaron Hinton (RCP Car Parking representative)
Rik Child (Brighthelm Director)
Liz McDonald (NLCA member and Brighthelm Community Garden Group representative)
Jan Jackson (Brighthelm Community Garden Group representative)
THE BOGNOR REGIS PROJECT
The inspiration for this project was a trip I made to Malaga, details of which will be uploaded soon, so do come back and have a look at this soon!