GRASSY GATEWAY TO LONDON FEATURED IN THE EVENING STANDARD

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Grassy Gateway to London, featured in The Evening Standard – Wed 9th Nov 2011

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Jason Bruges Studio have been commissioned by The London Playing Fields Foundation (LPFF) to design and build a new Gateway To London. The site of the artwork is positioned either side of the elevated section of the M4 and sits within Boston Manor playing fields, a site owned by LPFF. The M4 is the main route for arrivals from Heathrow during the Olympics for visitors, competitors and officials.

The artwork has recently been granted planning permission by The London Borough Of Hounslow council and we are now searching for the right sponsorship partner to take advantage of this amazing opportunity for the year of the Olympics. The naming rights will cover both the artwork, viewed by over 32 million vehicles throughout 2012, and the new pavilion which will be rebuilt with the funds raised from the installation.

The piece itself integrates light matrices on 18M high pillars, depicting slowly changing images either related to sporting achievements or local heroes.

Anyone interested in learning more about the piece or interested in the sponsorship rights should contact:

Darren Henderson, Jason Bruges Studio, 020 7490 4590.

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