Precipitate is one of a series of temporary Artworks unusually delivered as part of a Section 106 Agreement with Southampton City Council and Linden Homes. It combines 2nd World War leaflet drops with the luggage labels of the big cruise liners and imported goods. Local school children created their own personal labels including their name and country of origin, and these were assembled as a descending cloud within the old Holyrood Church ruins, itself bombed  during WW2.     photography Rod Varley
       
     
 As Holyrood is a Scheduled Ancient Monument I appointed Arups Engineering to collaborate on a suitable, non-invasive fixing structure to host the "cloud".
       
     
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 Precipitate is one of a series of temporary Artworks unusually delivered as part of a Section 106 Agreement with Southampton City Council and Linden Homes. It combines 2nd World War leaflet drops with the luggage labels of the big cruise liners and imported goods. Local school children created their own personal labels including their name and country of origin, and these were assembled as a descending cloud within the old Holyrood Church ruins, itself bombed  during WW2.     photography Rod Varley
       
     

Precipitate is one of a series of temporary Artworks unusually delivered as part of a Section 106 Agreement with Southampton City Council and Linden Homes. It combines 2nd World War leaflet drops with the luggage labels of the big cruise liners and imported goods. Local school children created their own personal labels including their name and country of origin, and these were assembled as a descending cloud within the old Holyrood Church ruins, itself bombed  during WW2.

 

photography Rod Varley

 As Holyrood is a Scheduled Ancient Monument I appointed Arups Engineering to collaborate on a suitable, non-invasive fixing structure to host the "cloud".
       
     

As Holyrood is a Scheduled Ancient Monument I appointed Arups Engineering to collaborate on a suitable, non-invasive fixing structure to host the "cloud".

DSC02803.JPG
       
     
Holyrood 1.jpg