Public Art projects by Jeremy Welsh
In recent years, several public art projects and commissions have been realized, including permanent works for public buildings, and temporary interventions in urban space.
Pirbadet, Trondheim (public swimming pool) Permanent video installation produced in 2000/2001
The Low Down: commission for Halden Jail, Norway, 2009. Collaboration with Jon Arne Mogstad. Commissioned by KORO (Public Art Norway), consultants Marte Aas and Hilde Hauan Johnsen. The work was made for both sides of a long wall and a sliding gate, beside the main reception area, dividing the public and staff area from the closed interior. Automotive spray lacquer, powder lacquer and silk screen on galvanised steel.
Brukerveiledning (user guide) for The Norwegian Post Office, Eastern Norway distribution center, 2010. A series of spray lacquered aluminium light boxes with white neon and silk screen prints on clear plexiglass.
Håkonshallen, Bergen, night time video projections on the facade of a historic monument, produced by BEK (Bergen Center for Electronic Art) December 2011.