Vong Phaonphanit and Claire Oboussier

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July 2014 - Vong and Claire visit Toronto to oversee the final stages of fabrication of Urban Firefly.

July 2014 - Stone carver Paul Jakeman adds some onsite touches as Line is installed in Walmar House on Regent Street in London.

White Flare

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White Flare was recently shortlisted for the Clore Light Commission for Tate Britain.  

JUNE 2014

Neon Rice Field acquired by the Tate Collection 2014

Neon Rice Field (1993) has recently been acquired by the Tate Collection, London for the nation's public collection. This specific composition of Neon Rice Field was first installed in the 1993 Turner Prize at Tate Britain.

Until now Neon Rice Field has been part of the Weltkunst Foundation collection and housed at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin.

House of Dreams

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House of Dreams was a recent finalist for the Longcross Public Art Commission.

ice and ember wall

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ice and ember wall was a recent finalist for the Crown Estates New Burlington Place Art Commission

Line Writing 2014

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Line Writing has just been reinstalled at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin.

EXHIBITION DATES - 8th MARCH - 11th MAY 2014

Line

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Line is currently in production. A 20 metre stone wall carving for Walmar House on Regent Street.

Red Fringe

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Red Fringe has just been completed in Parkside Place, Cambridge, UK.

A large painted steel and glass gateway illuminated by night with white LEDs approx 6m x 0.6m x 7.5m
Grosvenor developers with InSite Arts art consultants

Urban Firefly

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“The house shelters day-dreaming, the house protects the dreamer”

 (Bachelard, ‘The Poetics of Space’)

Urban Firefly is currently in fabrication, a major sculpture commission for downtown Toronto in Canada. The work is to be installed at the heart of the ICE Development in 2014.

ICE Public Art Program, Toronto. The work will be managed by Public Art Management www.publicartmgmt.com

Light Veils 

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was launched on Thursday 31st May on Weymouth Esplanade. Three years after its conception seven 15 metre tall light columns mounted with laser projectors have been installed on the sea front.