King's Lynn

King's Lynn

Projects realised in 2013 / 2014 / 2015

Come on!

Come on!

‘Come on!’ encourages and accompanies the visitor from the major central carpark to the heart of the pedestrianized zone

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Crates on Waves

Crates on Waves

A perfumed island... in a sea of pedestrians?

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Doing undoing the tide

Doing undoing the tide

How is history affected by the environmental concerns of our era?

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Ecosystem

Ecosystem

Interpretation of the resources used in the process of construction through to ruin.

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Ephemeral scenes of lin

Ephemeral scenes of lin

During a projection on the walls of the Greyfriars Tower, the artist Halida Boughriet “refreshes” the memory of the inhabitants of King’s Lynn.

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Night Sailors

Night Sailors

Thanks to the light designer Julia Dantonnet, the Custom House in King’s Lynn, which in earlier times the historian and art critic Sir Nikolaus Pevsner considered to be the most beautiful building in Great Britain, becomes a screen: the artist has in fact used this building, which is emblematic of the town's past as a port, as a projection surface.

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Rock Around the Fleet

Rock Around the Fleet

The Outer Purfleet is the most evocative site of the city merchant sites.

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Rose des Vents

Rose des Vents

Originally in the southern end of Tuesday Market Place, three bright red, modern and smart benches brighten up the square.

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Round of clocks

Round of clocks

Inspired by the tide or Moon clock, 'the Round of clocks' reflects on human measurement of time and how the mechanisms we use to chart it, reveal our vision of the world.

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St Nicholas' Waves

St Nicholas' Waves

Surprising and striking, this light show encourages people to take another look at St Nicholas' Chapel.

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Vanishing

Vanishing

Establishing a link between reality and fiction, that is the aim of the visual artist François Thibaut-Pencenat, who with his installation entitled Vanishing, uses the waters of Inner Purfleet to create four whirlpools.

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Archilense

Archilense

Archilense is the combination of three optical installations about Kings Lynn culture and history.

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Keep Calm and Pallet on

Keep Calm and Pallet on

Marriott's Warehouse, located right in the historic centre of King's Lynn, in the South Quay area, was once a warehouse where goods were once stored.

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Kliff Garden

Kliff Garden

This garden, installed in the main street of Kings Lynn, makes good use of what already exists - four brick planters, items of urban furniture and an advertising column - which it transforms into a calm and verdant space.

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Social Inclusion Project 2014 Garden

Social Inclusion Project 2014 Garden

Under the direction of the artist Lyndall Phelps, and with the help of the designer Tamara Bridge, seven jobseekers created this small garden in an uncultivated backyard, behind King’s Lynn Art Centre.

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Axis Mundi UK

Axis Mundi UK

Established on a vast lawn in The Walks park, this creation by the artist Nicolas Fenouillat consists of a line of five posts more than four metres high: planted in the ground, more than two metres apart, they form a straight line which crosses the area, “in sympathy” with the location.


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Le Jardin du deballage

Le Jardin du deballage

In King’s Lynn, the Wagon Company has renovated the unloading docks in the historic centre of the port, today transformed into a car park.

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Overflow

Overflow

The Walks is a historic park located in the centre of King’s Lynn, recently restored in order to accommodate recreational installations and areas.

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Street lounges

Street lounges

It’s now the favourite public garden of the residents of Downham market.

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Tree Time

Tree Time

Behind Les Articulteurs is the dream of the landscape designer Thomas Martin: building differently for our children.

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