26 September 2018
New student art installed on campus
Two Upper Sixth students have installed large-scale sculptures on the school campus this week as part of their IB Art portfolio. Florian Barratt’s sculpture on Jockey’s Platch is based upon the human head, the most recognisable of all human features. He took the proportions and mass of the head and transcribed it through a computer program to a series of tessellations. Read more about his work here.
Sean Lee explores individuality amid an environment of conformity with his overlapping grids and nested cubes of decreasing sizes, presenting an enquiry of the tension between order and chaos. His intriguing installation can be found near the Froy Gates. Read more about it here.
Both sculptures will remain on campus as long-term installations.