NEWS
News 01
Postcard for charity auction.The notion of boundaries, whether physical or mental, define how we behave and interact within a space. There are 170,000 people in London who don't have a safe secure stable place to call their own. In partnership with Shelter, Levitt Bernstein - architects, urban planners and landscape architects - have organised an auction of artists postcards to raise money and awareness to tackle homelessness across London. Boundaries neon is my response to the ideas of a luminous space where intense colours weave to form the contours of an open space.
News 02
Following the completion of Reflex the interactive light installation on 22 Station Road Cambridge. Work has now begun on 30 Station Road. I am in the early stages of designing and extending the light installation on 22 to included 30 Station Road. 
Projects
Over the past twenty years I have been  making site specific light sculptures and light installations in the built environment and the public domain. They are one off poetic light artworks that are realised in response to a geographic and social location. They are commissioned by galleries, local authorities, architects, landscape designers and building developers to bring optimistic colour and life into the built environment. A larger selection of them can be seen at  on my previous web site
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Email : peter@peterfreeman.co.uk

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