On the Sculpture Terrace, we exhibited Clerestory, 1989, by Nigel Hall RA. It is one of a number of sculptures that Hall made in the late 1980s and is named for the row of windows in a building above eye level to admit light or air. The juxtaposed ellipses and rectangles are a response to a visit he made to the Royal Palace in Seoul whilst working on a large sculpture for the 1988 Olympics.
Views seen through combinations of the four sides of Clerestory create complex and varied interactions.
Jane Ackroyd, Sam Baker, Mark Beattie, G Roland Biermann, Tony Blackmore, Ros Burgin, Anne Butler, Roger Clarke, Alex Davies, Pablo de Laborde Lascaris, Erin Dickson, Charlie Fegan, Neil Ferber, Malcolm Franklin, Iain Hales, Nigel Hall, Alexandra Harley, Graham High, Steve Hines, Simon Hitchens, W.M. Hudson, Marko Humphrey-Lahti, Patrick Hurst, Hywel Livingstone, Jeff Lowe, Gudrun Nielsen, Nuala O'Donovan, Glynis Owen, Richard Perry, Louise Plant, Jenny Pope, Christopher Poulton, Maya Ramsay, Aindreas Scholz, Karolin Schwab, Sam Shendi, Lisa Snook and Andre Wallace