Greater London House is one of the more iconic buildings in North London, situated directly opposite Mornington Crescent tube station. Originally constructed as the Carreras cigarette factory in 1928, this art deco office building had gradually fallen into decline until Resolution embarked upon an extensive programme of refurbishment.
A refurbishment which presented me with an amazing opportunity to create a large pair of Flow pieces, one light and one dark, a kind of yin yang diptych. At 240cm wide each, they needed specialist production, so I entrusted the work to Grieger, who make much of the large scale fine art photography you'll see in contemporary galleries throughout Europe. Grieger organised production, delivery and installation, seamlessly. You can view the works if you're passing, as they're ahead of the security barriers... link here for the google maps location