Notting Hill Carnival 2000, Fox children created digital paintings
of diifferent buildings.
by our sponsor, Photobition Scanachrome,
onto fabric banners measuring
40cm. These were
supported on frames that could be easily carried. But to decide exactly
how, we called in an expert.
This was the Carnival artist Maureen Pepper, who had helped
Fox create our 'Digital
Mask-querade'. Maureen returned to solve the
problem of mounting our banners. Within no time, she devised the
perfect solution, using backpacks.
Customised to fit each child, the backpacks provided a stable anchor,
so our digital cityscape could swell and rock with the sounds of
Subsequently, "Digital Cityscape" won us
a national Artworks Award (CLICK
HERE to read about it).