Dept of Peace an installation in part inspired by James Turell, and his sky space work. The plaster ceiling of the room was removed and re-framed to resemble saw tooth waves, lighting was installed behind each of the two waves to create a gradient light to fill the room. The door was to be a moving painting, with sculpted relief in aluminium. The subject for the moving panel is a variation of the United States Seal , but the eagle and its elements are replaced with a dove, flowers and a ring, which encircles the doves foot, a sign of peace. The rail was designed after steel bar joist, incorporating the roman numerals of the date built. composed of stainless solid square bar.
Gallery: select images below building the panel
Gallery: select images below details of the panel and lighting