Jan 1, 2022

Good Causes

The National Lottery has teamed up with singer and actress Alexandra Burke, Love Island winner Liam Reardon, Olympic cycling legend Sir Chris Hoy and Girls Aloud star Nadine Coyle to ...

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Mar 10, 2017

Garden of Light

  In the shadow of St. Pauls, London we created a special garden of daffodils – 2100 flowers, each one representing a Marie Curie nurse, were illuminated throughout the day ...

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Nov 21, 2012

Night Rainbow

London’s Trafalgar Square was bathed in colour over two nights as the UK’s first ever night rainbow lit up the evening sky.

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Jan 23, 2012

Trafalgar Sun

On one of the most depressing days of the year, greyworld created a special Sun, which spread its dawn light throughout London's Trafalgar Square.

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Jan 6, 2012


Timed to appear as London celebrates the Queens Jubilee and the London Olympics, greyworld's take on the iconic red phone box was installed in some of the most recognisable locations ...

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Nov 22, 2011

Public Toilet

greyworld created this ceramic sculpture for World Toilet Day, November 19th, 2012. The Squatting figure, relieving itself in public, was created to raise awareness for the 1.1 billion who cannot ...

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Oct 6, 2011

Clockwork Forest

The forest is often the mysterious location of secret stories, of distant sounds from hidden camp fires, of secret meetings and unexplained sounds. In the Clockwork Forest, we have created ...

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Sep 22, 2011


A special signpost with five moving arms is installed in the lobby of Corelli College, London. Each arm can point to anything on the earth or the solar system, showing ...

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May 15, 2011

The Tail

Everyone wants to have a tail. We wanted one that could do all the naughty things you dream of, but dont dare. Get a Tail to express your cheeky side. ...

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May 10, 2011


Installed at the Copernicus Centre in Warsaw, Poland, greyworld have a new kinetic artwork called Wave. Comprising of 16 polished metal rods, the artwork responds to peoples voices. As one ...

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Apr 20, 2011


We often delight in the simple pleasure of picking up a stick and running it along a set of railings, making a lovely "clack-clack-clack" sound. greyworld tuned these railings so ...

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Apr 15, 2010


The entire town of Burnley has become a canvas for magical paintings that appear and disappear throughout the day and night. Some as big as a house, others as small ...

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Apr 15, 2010

Bins & Benches

Five bins and four benches have been injected with a magic serum of life so that they can break free from their staid and fixed positions to roam free in ...

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Apr 15, 2010


What appears to be the remains of a playing field is still visible through the overgrown grass. As people explore this area they unlock the ghostly sound of past sporting ...

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Apr 15, 2010

Urban Samples

Urban Samples is an installation that takes fragments of from the urban environment. When touched or examined the elements create music, evocative of their original location...

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Apr 15, 2010


greyworld have created a permanent 55m installation for a striking new Foster and Partners development in historic Spitalfields, East London. The work of art occupies the full height of the ...

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Apr 15, 2010

The Layer

The Layer is an art system created to articulate transit spaces through a series of contact sculptures.

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Nov 15, 2009


Visitors to the installation space are requested to think of a word. Any word at all. They are handed a white cube, which they hold. As they speak their word ...

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Apr 15, 2009


At first glance each object would appear to be an ordinary bollard, ubiquitous in public spaces. However, these objects have been injected with a magic serum that has transformed them ...

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Apr 20, 2007


At first glance Monument to the Unknown Artist appears to be a simple bronze statue, dressed in a neck scarf and loose fitting suit. However, this artwork is rather different..

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Apr 15, 2005


Trace is a permanent sound installation for the historic maze at Hampton Court Palace. As visitors pass through the maze they trigger a series of sounds that capture the intrigue ...

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Dec 20, 2003

The Game

“The thrill is not in the bang, only in the anticipation of it” – Alfred Hitchcock The Game is monument to Alfred Hitchcock in his birthplace – Leytonstone, east London. ...

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Apr 15, 2003

Colour stops

Colourstops (1,2) is a permanent sound installation in two bus shelters, along the Manchester Road in Bradford. The work of art subtly alters the space of the shelter with the ...

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Apr 20, 2002

Three Windows

In April 2002 we were asked to come up with some proposals for Selfridges, a famous department store in London's Oxford Street. The opportunity to create some work in the ...

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Dec 20, 2000

Parkbench 2

The park bench: a place for quiet contemplation, for lovers, for tension, for refuge and for desire. In December 2000 we were invited to create an installation for an exhibition ...

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Sep 20, 2000

Klang Entree

As visitors climb the stairs to enter the gallery, their motion is translated into a gentle, ephemeral musical composition..

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Apr 20, 1999


Sound Awards celebrates the unique sounds found in our cities. The project began thirteen years ago, as an ongoing art scheme in urban areas. Originally, the awards were installed without ...

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Mar 20, 1999


  The “Sonic Boom” exhibition at the Hayward Gallery, London, U.K. featured some of the world’s finest artists working with sound. We created Stairway a site specific sound sculpture, which ...

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