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Evolution of an artwork

Behind the scenes

It's always amazing to see what can be achieved in a mere five days.

01. De-install artworks (in this case five small framed watercolours by Georgie Hill, easy, and one large glasshouse by Zina Swansan, not so easy...)

02. Build a wall – 4 metres x 9 metres

03. Plaster, sand, and paint said wall

04. Install a live feed via camera through window behind the wall

05. Project the image – upside down.

To see the final effect get down to NG and check out Hannah and Aaron Beehre's Waters Above Waters Below. There were fireworks – literally – lighting up the night sky at the opening, but these beautiful crisp and clear Autumn days make for some spectacular viewing of this artwork.

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01. De-install artworks (in this case five small framed watercolours by Georgie Hill, easy, and one large glasshouse by Zina Swansan, not so easy...)

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02. Build a wall – 4 metres x 9 metres

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03. Plaster, sand, and paint said wall

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04. Install a live feed via camera through window behind the wall

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05. Project the image – upside down.

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To see the final effect get down to NG and check out Hannah and Aaron Beehre's Waters Above Waters Below. There were fireworks – literally – lighting up the night sky at the opening, but these beautiful crisp and clear Autumn days make for some spectacular viewing of this artwork.

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Hannah and Aaron Beehre: Waters Above Waters Below

Hannah and Aaron Beehre: Waters Above Waters Below

Hannah and Aaron Beehre's immersive new installation connects us with the transformative moments beneath the surface of the everyday.