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This site-specific work was created for St John’s Church, Bethnal Green.  The church was built by the famous architect Sir John Soane between 1826 and 1828, the only one commissioned for a poor parish by the church authorities.  It failed to attract any match funding from wealthy donors so the final design was scaled back.  The church was badly damaged by fire during WW2 and used as a temporary morgue during the blitz. I projected a life size ‘ghost of Sir John’ in the church and crypt and created an installation of Sir John’s signature, in candles, in the belfry.  

Ghost of Sir John Soane: Project
Ghost of Sir John Soane: Portfolio
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