Presented By Luke Jerram

In Memoriam

Fri 28 - Mon 31 August, 2.30-8pm

Type: Installation, Spectacle

Free

Luke Jerram’s ceremonial art installation has been created as a memorial to those we have lost in the COVID-19 pandemic. The artwork has also been made in tribute to the NHS staff and volunteers who have worked so tirelessly to care for so many. Created from bed sheets, In Memoriam is intended to be an evocative symbol of local, national and international solidarity, as a space for reflection, remembrance, and recognition. 

Access

Site Access

There is level access in and around the installation. Trackway will be provided for grassy areas.

Viewing area

A priority area for disabled audiences will be marked with a sign or flag. Space for wheelchair users, and a variety of seating options will be available on request. GDIF volunteers will offer directions.

Blue badge parking

Details coming soon.

Accessible Toilets

Details coming soon.

Photo route

Coming soon.

Contact Alex if you have any Access questions: alex@festival.org | 07899 893 935

Show Access

Brochure

Large-print and Easy Read versions of the festival brochure will be available to download in advance or to pick up on the day.

An Audio brochure and BSL interpreted brochure will be available online.

Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible | Online Audio Description | BSL interpreted | Digital Access Available

What to expect: Sensory Spectacle

A BSL Interpretation and Audio Description of the show information will be available on this page.

The site is wheelchair accessible and will have trackmat for wheelchair users, however the terrain is not completely level.

Where to find it

In Memoriam will take place in Woolwich Common.

About the artist

Luke Jerram’s multidisciplinary practice involves the creation of sculptures, installations and live arts projects. Living in the UK but working internationally since 1997, Jerram has created a number of extraordinary art projects which have excited and inspired people around the globe. Jerram has a set of different narratives that make up his practice which are developing in parallel with one another. He is known worldwide for his large scale public artworks.

Supported by

In Memoriam is supported by the Royal Borough of Greenwich, Royal Greenwich Festivals, and Arts Council England. 

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