Fae, a 3 meter high bronze sculpture commissioned for a community garden in North London. The sculpture was designed to both enhance and be enhanced by the surrounding garden and the historic and contemporary buildings that surround it. Fay means fairy and refers to a mythical being or legendary creature found in the folklore of multiple European cultures, often thought to dwell in woodlands and bring good fortune. The sculpture dances with the trees and grasses in the garden creating endless visual possibilities, casting shadows, it makes people want to stay in the outdoor space for longer, look closely and take the time to see the magic, it becomes the focal point. People set picnics up close by, hang their clothes off it, hug & climb on it, it become part of their experience.
With the unfortunate situation in the world currently doesn't permit free movement of individuals, it also makes the movement of sculptures more difficult, as their creators cannot be present when the sculptures are set up. As a result, more and more events, exhibitions and festivals are postponed or cancelled entirely. Through this challenge, we wish to overcome the current limitations and enable the artists to enter already installed sculptures into our Sculpture Line exhibition, so that even more people can see and enjoy them.