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Cambridge artwork to reflect transformation process

Artist Annie Cattrell. Picture: Keith Heppell
Artist Annie Cattrell. Picture: Keith Heppell

Anglia Ruskin University has unveiled exciting new public art at its Cambridge campus that reflects the process of transformation.

The official launch of Transformation, which forms part of Anglia Ruskin’s new science centre, took place on Tuesday, February 13.

Positioned across two sides and five storeys of the building on the university’s campus, the work is by artist Annie Cattrell.

She said: “The concept that underpins Transformation is informed by one of the main aims in the design of the science centre, by Richard Murphy Architects, which is to see science in action. It is also intended to act as a metaphor for the transformative nature of energy and learning.”



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