On 19, Aug 2016 | In Sculpture | By admin
Page | Beth Diane Armstrong | 2016
Parts & Labour managed the fabrication and installation of Beth Diane Armstrong‘s sculpture Page for the new English Literary Museum in Grahamstown.
Beth Diane Armstrong won a nationwide competition to produce a sculpture for the museum which is funded by the National Department of Arts and Culture and constructed by the National Department of Public Works.
The National English Literary Museum’s mandate is to maintain and extend the nation’s leading collection of Southern African English literary heritage and to serve as a source of expertise through exemplary research, conservation, exhibitions and public programmes.
Page is constructed from rolled 20mm mild steel sheeting and is approximately 2.6m high.
Page technical drawings
Client | National English Literary Museum
Artist | Beth Diane Armstrong
Project Manager | Parts & Labour
Sculpture Engineering | John Munday
Fabrication | General Rolling Works, Tridarc