Reflective one way silver mirror film* to be installed on all gallery windows. *‘Two way mirror film (also known as one way mirror film) is a window privacy film that blocks 95% of light and delivers the highest level of privacy. During the day, sunlight creates glare on the surface of the mirror, preventing people from seeing inside. At night, the film still provides privacy due to the extremely high level of reflection and opacity, which reflects ambient glow from street lights, security lights, and city glow.’
A photograph taken by the artist of Liberty’s* Carline Rose Tana Lawn™ Cotton fabric to be printed into classic wallpaper covering all corridor walls. The same photograph to be printed 3 x to Dibond (Butler Brushed).
*Liberty London’s floral pattern fabrics have been one of their staple and best selling products since its opening.
‘When our adventurous founder Arthur Lasenby Liberty laid plans for a London emporium laden with luxuries and fabrics from distant lands, his dream was to metaphorically dock a ship in the city streets. To this day, a voyage of discovery awaits on the good ship Liberty, with history hidden amongst six floors of cutting-edge design, unexpected edits and beautiful wares from the world's greatest craftspeople. In 1875, Arthur borrowed £2,000 from his future father-in-law and took a building on Regent Street, London with just three dedicated staff and plenty of ambition. Liberty’s collection of ornaments, fabric and objets d'art from around the world proved irresistible to a society intoxicated at the time by Japan and the East and Liberty effected social change in interior design and dress, so much so that the Art Nouveau period in Italy is called 'Liberty Style'. Within eighteen months the loan was repaid.’
Four house number lights* displaying the numbers 5, 43, 36c and 38b** to be mounted in/on plexiglass cases. * 1 x Thesi - timeless LED house number lamp, black
1 x Lucande Kosman LED house number lamp
1 x Light and house number at the same time -Loena outdoor LED wall lamp
1 x Beautiful lamp for house number Modena 7655 black **5, 43, 36c and 38b are the house numbers that the artist has resided in during the past five years in London. The artist was required to submit her tenancy agreements throughout this period for her UK permanent residency application (also known as Indefinite Leave to Remain). ‘Documentary evidence of continuous residence in the UK. As set out in section 5, we expect that many people will have their residence confirmed by automated checks of HMRC and DWP data. However, where those checks indicate that an applicant who does not hold a permanent residence document has been continuously resident in the UK for a period of less than five years – or do not indicate that the applicant has been and remains continuously resident here – the applicant will be able to upload documentary evidence to satisfy the Home Office caseworker that they are continuously resident here and, where appropriate, that they have been so for five years.’
4 x Ancient Metal Fence (sets of 4 metal garden fences) to be arranged in square formations, each surrounding a series*of Sylvanian Families™** Homes. * 1x Sylvanian Families 5393 Sweet Raspberry Home
1xSylvanian Families 5303 Red Roof Cosy Cottage
1xSylvanian Families 5493 Red Roof Tower Home Doll House
1xSylvanian Families 2745 House with 3 Stories
1x Sylvanian Families 5302 Red Roof Country Home
**‘Sylvanian Families originated in Japan and made the journey to the UK in 1987. It became an iconic toy of the '80s and received the UK Toy of the Year award for three years running. Sold in over 50 countries, Sylvanian Families is a global brand, with themed restaurants and a dedicated theme park in Japan.’
1x MEMOEURO Bill* which was purchased for €2 by the artist from a souvenir vending machine in Lübeck, Germany to be framed within an aluminum frame.
*MEMOEURO are limited edition €0 banknotes that depict a variety of landmarks, which tourists can purchase as memorabilia. Despite closely resembling the design of other Euro notes, these bills hold no value as currency.
This note in particular depicts the Holsten Gate which was built in 1464 by architect Hinrich Helmstede and is regarded today as the symbol of the city of Lübeck, Germany. As stated in MEMOEURO’s website about this edition: 'The Holstentor, the most famous landmark of the Hanseatic** city of Lübeck, already adorned the 50-mark note in the days of the DM. It recently adorned the front of EUROSCOPE's souvenir banknote and is once again a popular collector's item. Back: default. Edition: 5,000 pieces’
**'Hanseatic League, also called Hansa, German Hanse, organisation founded by north German towns and German merchant abroad to protect their mutual trading interests. The league dominated commercial activity in northern Europe from the 13th to the 15th century. (Hanse was a medieval German word for “guild,” or “association,” derived from a Gothic word for “troop,” or “company.”)’