We are thrilled to announce British artist Helen Cammock’s first major public commission. Helen Cammock’s ambitious city-wide commission is now on view at Aldgate East, Charing Cross, Earl’s Court, Holland Park, South Kensington, St James’s Park and White City!
Cammock has created three new text-based artworks which reflect on our human response to the events that have unfolded over the past year: the effects of a global pandemic; the death of George Floyd and subsequent Black Lives Matter protests; the ecological challenges we continue to face; and the inequalities made evident through Covid-19.
Her artworks consider the intersectionality of our lives and how our social and political identities are interconnected. Each work references the physical experience of travelling on the Tube, whilst also exploring our emotional response to a year like no other. With her characteristic economy of language, Cammock presents a provocation for a more compassionate future.
On view until July 2022. Follow the link for more information