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Studio Response, on behalf of the Monumental Welsh Women group has commissioned sculptor Eve Shepherd to create the first statue of a named Welsh woman in Wales.
Monumental Welsh Women
Studio Response has been appointed by Laing O'Rourke to devise and deliver a major arts programme for Aneurin Bevan University Health Board's new specialist critical care centre, The Grange University Hospital
The Grange University Hospital
Studio Response was appointed by Edenstone Homes to commission an artist designed play area and amphitheatre that responds to the development's landscape
Artist Joanne Masding has been commissioned to develop a series of permanent public art works throughout St Edeyrn's village which creatively respond to the themes of sustainability, connectivity and community.
St Edeyrn's Village
Artist Laura Edmunds has been commissioned to creatively respond to the themes of village life, identity and communal materials at St Edeyrn's Village, Cardiff.
Studio Response is delighted to be working with Juneau Projects on a Public Art Programme for Golwg Y Mor, a new residential development from Taylor Wimpey Homes in Rhoose, South Wales.
Rhoose Art Project
Artist and blacksmith Angharad Pearce Jones was commissioned to create a bespoke kissing gate for Charles Church’s Canon Walk residential development in Llandough.
The Priory / Canon Walk
Studio Response was appointed by Edenstone Homes to commission a series of artworks with dual functional use for the development’s public open space.
The historically significant and much-loved Roath Mill Gardens in Penylan, Cardiff have recently undergone a programme of work as part of Natural Resources Wales’ ‘Roath Brook Flood Risk Management Scheme’.
Roath Mill Gardens
Studio Response was invited by the Design Commission for Wales to contribute to its post-conference publication, Places for Life.
Design Commission for Wales
a two bar relationship is a permanent sculpture and sound installation by internationally exhibited Welsh artist Sean Edwards, commissioned by Studio Response on behalf of the University of South Wales.
a two bar relationship
On behalf of Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board, Studio Response commissioned Heinrich and Palmer to create a series of artworks for Taith Newydd, a new specialist low secure unit in Bridgend.
Taith Newydd Low Secure Mental Health Unit
On behalf of Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board, Studio Response commissioned recent arts graduate Rhian Mai Hubbart to produce a series of 2D artworks for Taith Newydd, a specialist low secure unit in Bridgend.
Golau Caredig provides affordable independent living accommodation for people over 55 years old. Award-winning architectural glass artist Kate Maestri was commissioned to develop a playful response to the curved glass façade of Golau Caredig.
Multi-disciplinary artist Heloise Godfrey-Talbot was commissioned to undertake an artist residency at Golau Caredig as part of a programme of public art supported by Hafod Care and the Vale of Glamorgan Council.
Golau Caredig Residency
Commissioned by Studio Response on behalf of igloo Regeneration and co-produced with Chapter, LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME ALONE is a permanent public artwork by artists Heather and Ivan Morison.
LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME ALONE
Studio Response was commissioned by The Chartist Commission to identify ways of celebrating and developing recognition of the 1839 Chartist Rising in Newport, South Wales.
Architect Rhian Thomas was commissioned by Studio Response to create a sculptural artwork which functions as a bike shed for a creative industries centre in Porth Teigr, Cardiff Bay.
Design Circle in partnership with Studio Response hosted the event MUD: Metro Urban Density, which was a collaborative exploration into future Cardiff Capital Region Metro sites.
Metro Urban Density
Studio Response commissioned ceramic artist Jun Eui Kim to create a series of site-specific public artworks for Bellway Homes' Badgers Brook residential development in Ystradowen.
Studio Response commissioned artists David Mackie and Heather Parnell to deliver an artist-led engagement programme with local families in the process of creating site-specific artworks for Victoria Gardens, Cadoxton.
Studio Response commissioned artist Kelly Best to create a series of integrated artworks for David Wilson Homes' Sutton Chase residential development in Ogmore-by-Sea.
Artist Mark Houghton was commissioned by Studio Response to create a series of public artworks for Barratt Homes' new residential development Sutton Chase, in Ogmore-by-Sea.
Sentinel and New Horizons
Artist David Mackie was commissioned by Studio Response to create an interactive public sculpture for Taylor Wimpey's Channel Heights residential development in Rhoose.
Studio Response supported Calvium's research into the potential applications of digital placemaking in Porth Teigr, Cardiff Bay, culminating in a public showcase event.
Following an international sculpture competition, artist S Mark Gubb was commissioned by Studio Response to realise his proposal for a landmark sculpture outside Admiral's new headquarters in Cardiff.
Studio Response commissioned photographers Faye Chamberlain and Rob Kennedy to create a temporary photographic based artwork erected on the hoardings on the new Admiral Head Office in Cardiff.
British artist Richard Long was commissioned to develop a new temporary public artwork for Bristol Downs as part of his solo exhibition 'Richard Long: Time and Space', at Arnolfini during summer / autumn 2015.
As part of Arnolfini’s 2014 summer exhibition The Promise, US artist Oscar Tuazon presented a specially commissioned sculpture Live Steam Shift Whistle on The Downs, Bristol.
Live Steam Shift Whistle (as part of The Promise)
The London based art and architecture practice Studio Of Cinematic Architecture (SOCA), was commissioned by Studio Response to create an embedded digital artwork for a public facing panoramic windows of Y Fwrnes Theatr.
To create a centrepiece for Llanelli’s East Gate cultural quarter sculptor Peter Walker was commissioned by Studio Response to create a figurative yet contemporary sculpture in response to the industrial heritage of Llanelli.
As part of Llanelli Town Centre’s multi-million pound regeneration programme, Studio Response commissioned art and architecture studio DPQ to design a sculptural seating area.
As part of Llanelli Town Centre’s multi-million pound regeneration programme, Studio Response commissioned artist Laura Thomas to design a glass canopy for a new seating area.
Llanelli Glass Canopy
Artist Binita Walia was commissioned to create a glass artwork for the façade of the Butetown Community Centre.
Art for Everyone Art for Storytelling Art for the Future
Studio Response commissioned artist Simon Fenouhlet to create an artwork inspired by the occupants of Platfform, Newport, a leading environment for the ICT and digital sectors in Wales.
Studio Response devised a Public Art Plan to creatively celebrate Marlborough Primary School’s rich history.
Marlborough Primary School
Studio Response devised a public art plan for the commissioning of a fitting tribute to the men who lost their lives in the 1947 Samtampa disaster.
Porthcawl Shout Forum
The UK's first installation by New York based artist Brian Tolle: an imposing, twisted chimney at the north of the Rhymney Valley.
Twisted Chimney / Simnai Dirdro
Working in partnership with the FAW Trust and the Arts Council of Wales, Studio Response appointed documentary photographer Faye Chamberlain to undertake an artist residency to capture football's relationship with communities across Wales.
More than a Game
Studio Response was appointed by Apollo Capital Projects to deliver an integrated artwork for Cloughmore Health Centre which would have the dual functional role of providing privacy screening for consultation rooms.
A Splott Vista
On behalf of Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board, Studio Response commissioned art therapist and moving image artist Michael Cousin to produce a public artwork which has created an ongoing educational and therapeutic resource.
In the process of redeveloping Cardiff's shopping centre, four photographic artists were commissioned to explore various dimensions of this changing metropolitan landscape.