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Festival of Light installation, University of Cambridge/Botanic Garden

Design and development of a large-scale public installation at the University of Cambridge Botanic Gardens. Commissioned by The University of Cambridge Museums and Botanic Gardens, as part of their India Unboxed Festival, the installation formed the centre piece to this year's Festival of Light event drawing over 1500 visitors to the gardens. The design drew on objects and patterns from across the museums’ collections to create intricate, laser-cut foliage which revealed a banyan tree in the main glasshouse.

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Site specific Installation

Site specific Installation

Design, concept and production of a large-scale public installation for the University of Cambridge Museums and Botanic Gardens. October 2017.

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 The design of intricate, laser-cut panels, drew inspiration from objects and patterns from across the museums’ Indian collections, to form the foliage of a intricate banyan tree.

The design of intricate, laser-cut panels, drew inspiration from objects and patterns from across the museums’ Indian collections, to form the foliage of a intricate banyan tree.

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 Installed in the facade of the botanic glasshouse, the piece was the centrepiece to the museums’ Diwali festival, drawing a crowd of over 5000 people.

Installed in the facade of the botanic glasshouse, the piece was the centrepiece to the museums’ Diwali festival, drawing a crowd of over 5000 people.

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