Prof. Tony Kenyon's artwork on display in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
23 October 2019
Prof. Tony Kenyon has collaborated with a local artist to develop artwork for the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Professor Tony Kenyon, Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering, has joined hands with a local artist to develop artwork for the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Part of University College London’s (UCL) Trellis scheme – a collaboration between UCL Culture, UCL East with support from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) – the aim is to bring together artists working in or from East London with UCL researchers.
Trellis provides a space to examine the shared, creative ideas that emerge when an artist and researcher are provided with an arena to develop their mutual interests.
Prof. Kenyon states:
The experience of working with a visual artist and discussing different ways to view my research has been fascinating and really rewarding. I’m delighted with the final pieces. Many thanks to UCL Public Engagement for making this happen.“
Four installations, including Prof. Kenyon’s, are now on display in a free exhibition at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, until 27 October 2019. For more click here.