‘TRANSitions’ is a sculptural installation, a collaboration between London-based artist James Seow and architect Carl Fraser

This piece draws on both the current and historic context of the site, a Thames Water pumping station appropriated and re-imagined as an indoor climbing Centre.

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Using wire, cable ties and climbing ropes, they have transformed this old Victoria water pumping station in Stoke Newington into an organism characterised by the contrast between its fragility and utilitarian properties.

‘TRANSitions’ is a shifting mass, a volume experienced as a constant change of perspectives and forms as a way to explore the viewer’s relationship within the space.

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