As posted on Making art out of Crossrail – tech podcast

Navine Khan-Dossos is an artist whose work is often informed by technology and infrastructure. In her latest work, A Year Without Movement, she explores the symbology of London’s huge Crossrail project, painting directly on to the walls of the 18th Century House of St Barnabus, which rests directly above Crossrail tunnels.

The project explores how our cities are being affected by visible and invisible change, and is named after the 12 months of monitoring that checked the impact of the tunnel work on this precious building.