Whalley Range, Jubilee Weekend, 2012

Jubilee Gardens was the first iteration of the Mobile Meadow.  A pastiche on the idea of a commissioned park to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee, it provided a green resting place in an urban alleyway.

The Allery Gallery was a pop-up gallery working in partnership with local residents and businesses.

The Allery Gallery invited artists from any discipline to transform an alleyway into an exhibition of life & living over the Jubilee weekend. There was art in the alley, and talks and performances in the local bars and cafes.

For more info click here: http://allerygallery.weebly.com/

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Sophy King

I work both in the urban landscape and the natural world. Some of my works are large, monumental and industrial; some are softer; some smaller. I try to harness elements beyond my control; glass becomes a channel for light, capturing changes in the atmosphere around it; plant materials make the passage of time and season as important a part of the sculpture as my own object making.

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