The Art Station

Watch this behind the scenes film about the installation of "Connection Points"
November 15, 2021

Taking you behind the scenes of Fiona Grady's largest window installation to date. Created over the course of two weeks this video shows a series of time lapse clips: from preparing the materials and applying the vinyl to watching the coloured shapes become activated by daylight and glow in the dark.


Connection Points is a large scale public facing installation of coloured vinyl on the windows of the Art Station building on a prominent position in Saxmundham High Street. Inspired by the building's former life as a telephone exchange a series of curving arcs form colourful wires that weave their way across the window panes - intersecting, overlapping and connecting with the architecture.


The project is commissioned by the Art Station and Arts Council England.



Produced by Other Brother Studios

DOP: Matthew Lawes-Wickwar

Editor: Matthew Lawes-Wickwar