We recently launched the the artwork created as part of the second phase of our public art project with Bow School, for their new school site.
In response to a brief set by a core group of students, artist Julia Vogl worked with students from across the school to turn a canal-side fence into a giant colourful scatter graph, used as a base on which to plot data about the students' values and hopes for the future.
Visitors at the launch got the chance to see the artwork and talk to the students involved with the project.
You can watch a video detailing the process below.
The project was completed with generous support from Clifford Chance Foundation and Foundation for Future London.