Lomax, T (2001) Nombelisk. Walsall Metropolitan Borough, Walsall Town Centre.
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|Additional information:||This work formed part of the wider commission for Walsall Metropolitan Borough Council, it was is comprised of 3 principle public sculptures and extenive design input into the architectonic aspects of the scheme while developing collaborations as below i Eachus Huckson landscape architects. ii Walsall History and Learning Centre The public monument called “Nombelisk”is 10 metre high sculptural form celebrating throught the surnames of families that have resided in the town since 12th Century until and including the millennium. Research 1 Extensive research into town, church, and county records to establish list of names working 2 The construction of IT macros and filters to arrive at the essence of the information 3 Exploration of CAD–CAM technologies in the production of the monument 4 Liaison and collaboration with industry to explore casting polyurethane on large scale. For other components in this commission please see "Source of Ingenuity" "Saddle" "Walsall Town Centre Refurbishment"|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Arts and Humanities > Slade School of Fine Art|
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