Pentagon Petal is a site specific temporary installation for the Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground: a prominently located public space at Chelsea College of Arts adjacent to Tate Britain. The intervention re-enacts a miniature version of Millbank prison’s infamous plan, editing and reinterpreting it into a more socially active figure: a flower shaped bench.
In collaboration with artist Fran Cottell.
Client: UAL Camberwell Chelsea Wimbledon
Location: The Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground, London
Fabrication by Dexter Dymoke
Photography by Terry Watts
Drawings and Visualisations by Casper Mueller Kneer Architects
This project is supported by the Camberwell, Chelsea, Wimbledon Graduate School
Staff Fund, and Careers and Employability.