Having created a range of public art – much of it sculpture and three-dimensional work – activity continues on everything from life-sized aircraft to bronze and sheet steel sculptures. From temporary environment art and bespoke private commissions to a mile long public sculpture trail.
Working with arts company Tiger Monkey UK Joe Robinson was lead artist on a huge multiple art form project working in Edmonton London – seen below. Work included large-scale public participation with a range of environmental sculptures and a mile long sculpture trail made with one hundred cast aluminium pieces. The finished project was described by Arts Council England as a ‘Brilliant project’.
Other work includes a variety of strange and unusual works including environmental art, public murals, hidden artworks and participatory activity. Perhaps most exciting of all public art practice is ‘Fire Sculpture‘ forming fascinating and hugely popular art works.
Below: A commission as artist in residence as part of the £10m refurbishment of the 17th Century Forty Hall. Working with local people the residency resulted in a series of large banners which are hung in the main stairway of the building.