Gillian Francis and Shey Hargreaves collaborated with NANSA to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee by creating a multi-media, multi-sensory installation exploring the historic and ongoing relationship between the Queen and the county of Norfolk, specifically, its countryside. The ‘Queen and Countryside’ installation was exhibited free of charge over the weekend of the 11th and 12th of June 2022 in Waterloo Park, in the gallery space above the Feed Cafe. The project included visual, tactile, and auditory elements, allowing a wide range of people, including those with sensory impairments, disability, and neuro-diversity to engage with the installation.
Multi-sensory Exhibition at the Waterloo Park Pavilion.
Transforming the Waterloo Park Pavilion into a Multi-sensory Experience