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2011: TOWER
Giant Sugar Cube Installation
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Image © Brendan Jamison 2011

Sugarcube Sculptures
Image © Brendan Jamison 2011

MAY 2011: Studio image of Brendan Jamsion constructing TOWER (2008-2011) A giant sugar cube installation built from over a quarter of a million sugar cubes and weighing 506 kilogrammes, jointly funded by Eastbourne's Towner Museum and the Arts Council of Northern Ireland. This three year project was completed with the assistance of Jamison's Chief Fabricator Karin Bamford.

The tower measures 500 x 180 x 100 cms. The installation also comprises of a sea of loose sugar crystals spread over the gallery floor, radiating outwards from the base of the tower.

In an exhibition of contemporary British Sculpture curated by Sanna Moore, TOWER will be on dislpay at the Towner Museum, Eastbourne, England, from Friday 1 July to Saturday 17 September 2011.

From December 2011 to February 2012, TOWER will be on display at the Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast, in an exhibition curated by Feargal O'Malley. The sculpture will rise upwards from gallery 2 into gallery 3.

2010: SOTHEBY'S, BOND STREET, LONDON
Sugar Cube Tate Modern & Helen's Tower Series
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2010: TATE MODERN & NEO BANKSIDE


Sugar cube sculpture models commissioned by Native Land & Grosvenor for the 2010 London Festival of Architecture at the NEO Bankside Pavilion on the Southbank, London. NEO Bankside is designed by world-renowned architects Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners. The original bankside power station was designed by Giles Gilbert Scott. It was transfomed into Tate Modern by Herzog and DeMeuron and opened to the public in 2000.

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TATE MODERN (2010) Brendan Jamison, carved sugar cubes, 100 x 200 x 140 cms,
Photography © Ash Knotek, commissioned by CAMRON PR on behalf of NEO Bankside

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Photography © Ash Knotek, commissioned by CAMRON on behalf of NEO Bankside

TATE MODERN & NEO BANKSIDE (2010) Brendan Jamison, scale 1:100 architectural model, carved sugar cubes & loose sugar crystals, 100 x 347.5 x 180 cms, sculptures commissioned by Native Land & Grosvenor for the London Festival of Architecture, NEO Bankside Pavilion, Southbank, 2nd - 4th July 2010

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Photography © Ash Knotek, commissioned by CAMRON on behalf of NEO Bankside

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Photography © Brendan Jamison



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 TUESDAY 29TH JUNE 2010: CAMRON PRESS LAUNCH DAY AT NEO BANKSIDE, Photography © Ash Knotek

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Photography © Ash Knotek, commissioned by CAMRON on behalf of NEO Bankside


TATE MODERN & NEO BANKSIDE PAVILION C (2010) Brendan Jamison, scale 1:100 architectural model, carved sugar cubes & loose sugar crystals, 100 x 347.5 x 180 cms, sculptures commissioned by Native Land & Grosvenor for the London Festival of Architecture, NEO Bankside Pavilion, Southbank, 2nd - 4th July 2010. 

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Photography © Ash Knotek, commissioned by CAMRON on behalf of NEO Bankside


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