PUBLIC ART

All visuals produced and data collected from the investigation - artworks, photo of artefact, date, special memory produce a completed piece of investigation to be used in future public artworks.

Colour is the link through all stages of the Artwork and science.

2010 Projections

A special thanks to David Pointer Project Patron who has continued further sponsorship for 'Treasure Island'. A 15000ansi projector has been purchased with this funding. This will enable large scale projections onto architectural sites.

The Arts Council have also awarded development funding for the development of projections in moving image and sound.

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Projections have taken place at Coutts & Co Bank London, Romsey Abbey, Portsmouth City Centre and Portsmouth Cathedral.

The projected artworks work stunningly pulling the viewer into a different and normally inaccessible forensic world. It is an incredible feat of technology that artwork created from forensic fragments projected to such a vast scale camouflage an entire building.

Portsmouth Cathedral Exhibition


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Portsmouth Cathedral Exhibition


Billboards or Hoardings

Sites to be announced in London and Portsmouth.

Website International

The website contains data of the artefact, participant, location and special memory. All artworks created are on view. Its interactive layout permits users to add any memories or comments about an investigation.

The City Forensics website is a joint development and collaboration between Seran Kubisa and Dr Marcus Coles scientist and technology developer. They have previously collaborated on Science-Art projects at Cambridge University and the University of Southampton.

Light Sculpture

In 2009 an application was made to CABE with Porsmouth City Council for 'Seachange' bid. This was unsuccessful but did poduce new designs and future possibilities of the light sculpture to be displayed in Palmerston Road, Southsea.

A preliminary design for a Public Light Sculpture, inspired by the current artworks and investigation data, has been designed using innovative and unusual materials. Final designs are dependent on future funding, sponsorship and location. Jason Bruges has provided valuable consultancy and advice in this area.

City Forensics Treasure Island - A Forensic Investigation of a City

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