Following current UK government guidance, Trinity Buoy Wharf grounds remain open to the public. The guidance specifies: you can exercise in a public outdoor place by yourself/ with the people you live with/ with your support bubble (if you are legally permitted to form one)/ in a childcare bubble where providing childcare or, when on your own, with 1 person from another household.
When around other people, please stay 2 metres apart from anyone not in your household or your support bubble.
Trinity Buoy Wharf kicks off 2021 with a number of exciting outdoor art installations this January, featuring an illuminated kinetic sculpture solo show by Andrew Baldwin, exhibited against the River Thames skyline. The exhibition is located outdoors and in a manner that allows for safe social distancing.
Watch Andrew Baldwin’s mesmerising sculptures come to life, illuminated in an array of colours against the dramatic riverside view.
Andrew's latest show is an eclectic collection of pieces, each with its own story and inspiration. Among the exhibited sculptures are “Houses”, inspired by the cuts to funding for homeless charities following the banking crisis in 2008, and “Lerwick Horn”, which evokes memories of the foggy conditions Andrew experienced whilst sailing in the North Sea in his hand-built yacht Scary Mary 1. One of his latest works, “The Angel “, is Andrew’s take on flying inspired by his fascination with ornithopters and flight.
The collection is made up predominantly of kinetic sculptures created in a range of metals expressing Andrew’s versatility and imagination.
Before you head out:
The sculptures are exhibited on the ground level