25. Bedroom Lullaby

Bedroom Lullaby was a response to a brief to analyse the room in which I sleep, work and study. The challenge was to communicate the scale and nature of this increasingly claustrophobic space overlooking the Barbican towers, a place totally unaffected by the changing of the seasons. A series of ink sketches were abstracted and then turned into a book which was overpainted in red. This in turn became a stop motion animation with a soundtrack based on a specially-created medal music machine for making a noise from old running medals.

Published by Paul Lincoln

Printmaker, City of London Guide and commissioning editor Landscape, the journal of the Landscape Institute.


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