In June, New Horizon teamed up with the Wellcome Collection’s Youth Programme to produce an enormous piece of art entitled ‘Super Thinking’.
Led by artist: Andy Merritt, our young people engaged in the creative process of making mood boards and mind maps around the theme of human enhancement.The final installation was erected in early July in the atrium of Wellcome Collection. It is over 2 meters high and 20 meters long.
The finished piece will serve as an introduction to the Wellcome Collections’ forthcoming exhibiton ‘Superhuman’ 19 July – 16 October
Thanks to everyone at Wellcome Collection, Andy Merritt and Jennifer Conroy for their efforts with this project. We encourage everyone to see the finished work which will be displayed until mid-July.
All photos Copyright – The Wellcome Images.
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