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Public Art Commission in Banbury

Deadline: August 31, 2015, 9:00 am

An experienced public artist is required for a new public art commission as part of the Karcher UK Ltd new facilities development in Banbury. The artist is required to create a stand-alone art piece to complement the design of the new building, add to its distinctiveness and support the place-making purpose of the setting of the new building.

The stand-alone piece of public art is to be external. The essence of the company's culture has to be reflected or incorporated in the design of the art piece.

Karcher Culture:

  • Top Performance, Dedication, Responsibility, Discipline, Passion and Ambition
  • Air, Fire, Water
  • Family, Environmental Awareness, Solutions

The chosen artist is required to work closely with Karcher UK Ltd and engage with stakeholders, as well as design, create and oversee the installation of their artwork.

Fee: £20,000 (all inclusive).

Closing Date: Monday, 31 August, 2015 for Expressions of Interest.

For further information contact: [email protected]