We loved working on this commission from the Lewishan and Greenwich Trust’s arts-in-health programme @ArtsConnect with input from Floyd Slaski architects and Clinical staff. Stage one was the design of two five metre high panels inspired by the shapes of the imaging machines and a colour patette to integrate with the new building.
The uplifting artworks for the entrance to the new state-of-the-art MRI scanner and CT scanner at Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH). The artwork was created site-specifically, complementing the architecture of the new building and referencing both the Imaging department and the surrounding local area.
The floor-to-ceiling feature walls show abstract graphic shapes inspired by the scanning equipment used in the department, with a colour palette that connects to the external cladding on the building.