Installations Overview

Art Installations by Mark Titman.

Please feel free to contact Mark if you have any questions or would like to enquire about undertaking a new project.

 
 
'Watering Holes' - Installation by Mark Titman in Collaboration with Robin Monotti, now at Green Park, Picadilly.

'Watering Holes' - Installation by Mark Titman in Collaboration with Robin Monotti, now at Green Park, Picadilly.

'Watering Holes'

The brief was to design a drinking fountain that could be rolled out over the eight Royal Parks. In collaboration with Robin Monotti, Mark Titman won the competition against another 150 submissions from 26 countries.


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'Busy Bee'

New York’s hive of workers and their productivity is expressed in this easily demountable and inflatable structure that is reminiscent of a bee.


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'Play Portal'

Sometimes the simplest of structures and hard landscaping elements can become used as the basis of play and social interaction. The proposal for The Play Portal is to install a simple stone or concrete portal on housing estates or areas which are abandoned to offer imagined uses and engage interactions.


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'Rotating Wind Shelter'

Bexhill's lobster boats and the sculpture of alexander calder inspired these rotating windshelters. They will be built by local boat builders, working closely with the architect, using their craft to bring to the promenade four separately shaped, sculptural, timber wind-screens which rotate into the wind to give shelter.

 


As exhibited at The Museum of Canadian Contemporary Art

As exhibited at The Museum of Canadian Contemporary Art

'Cabinets of Curiosity'

All major cities have their artistic cultural centres, or vicinities where art galleries gather. These civic places where art is shown to the public has a more robust heritage that many are unaware of. The first shows of art were in markets- where the curator of the time would show his gems of art, puppets, theatre, bearded ladies on various types of wheeled platforms, stages or cabinets. It was only when the cabinet was introduced as a piece of furniture inside, that the gallery as we know it was born.


'Humphrey Repton's Love Seat' - Encombe House, Dorset.

'Humphrey Repton's Love Seat' - Encombe House, Dorset.

'Love Seat'

Following in the romantic vein of the present owner’s Great Grandma a loveseat/arbour was proposed as a feature to link disparate elements.