At the end of last term in Pelham Primary School, children played with scale and illusion when siting photographs of their cardboard sculptures into landscape settings.
See how the sculptures were made in a previous session: Reimagining Miro
This follows in the photomontage tradition used by many sculptors and architects like Mies Van de Rohe (images below) when planning major public art and architectural projects.
Their sculptures morphed into new forms as stories and scenario’s developed.
I visited Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens in Cornwall during half term (see the images below). I think some of our works would brighten up their gardens. Do you think we should get in touch?