Artherapy – Nature Trail

Artherapy – Nature Trail

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Sometimes art therapy meets design too. That’s the case of the interactive installations created and produced by Jason Bruges Studio at the Great Ormond Street Hospital in London. The brief was to design an artwork accompanying children in a calming yet engaging route towards the operating room, conceiving it as a “Nature trail” (title of the installation), where the hospital walls become a natural canvas with digital look out points made by 70 led panels revealing various forest creatures, including horses, deer and birds. The installation, which mingles art, design and art therapy, is composed by led panels embedded into the wall surface at various heights in order to be accessible to the eye levels and positions of patients traveling along the corridors, stimulating a concrete interaction which is highly appreciated by young patients.

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