Participatory Workshop Installation
Creatmosphere was commissioned by Kew Gardens to develop an installation over 16 days within the Grade II listed Nash Conservatory. The project involved participative workshops that explored the basic principles of biodiversity as children helped to create a forest.
The installation responded to the light, spatial charateristics and architecture of the Nash Conservatory, where elements of daylight mapping, shadow, reflection, airflow, and colour were brought together to interact with the artwork created by the children. Dichroic filters were also placed on the conservatory windows, creating coloured patterns of light as daylight moved through the space.