60 silver reflective kites flown at sunset on the riverbank
‘Preliminary Attempts to Rearrange a Sunset’ is a shifting installation in the sky. Everyone is invited to launch a fleet of reflective silver kites between 5pm and 8pm to create a live collage of the sunset as it happens.
On the ground, the kites act as choreographers for the movements of participants, and in the sky, they will be containers of an ever-shifting scene. Specifically, this event takes places in a spot on the river path frequented by painter JMW Turner, as he claimed it was one of the only places where one could see the sun rise over the Thames and set back into it.
Bourne Wharf finally finished.
Tower at Nine Elms
Tower at Night January 2018
American Embassy now open January 2018
Embassy Now Open 16th January 2018
Sky Pool and American Embassy Moat
Embassy and Sky Pool
Nearly finished refurbishment of William Henry Walk and viewing platform
November: Derricks in place for Tideway tunnel workings under the Thames
November: New Pier opened at Battersea Power Station
New walkway being resurfaced and William Henry Walk refurbishment
Viewing platform taking shape
Tideway tunnel work in full swing
March: Viewing platform under construction
February : The gardens are beginning to look good again, all the trees, plants
and shrubs are in the ground now so we await the sunshine.
January : We have commissioned a new plan for the gardens at
Elm Quay Court, planting will take place in early Spring.
We have installed a magnificent compost pit in the West side of the grounds. Please bring your vegetable peelings, fruit peelings, old flowers, tea bags, coffee grounds, egg shells – but NO foods or anything with flour in it because we don’t want rats.
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