Electric Forest, High Lodge, Thetford

During November we worked with children from Elveden Primary, Norwich Road Primary

rojo art, art in schools, recycled plastic artwork, community artists
The exotic junklecreeper takes root in Thetford Forest

and USAF Mildenhall to create exciting installation art for the Electric Forest event. The children collected used plastic bottles and using cutting and threading techniques transformed these into enormous imagined plants. The plant was named the Junklecreeper and a story was created of how it emerged from plastic bottles thrown into a pit in the forest.

After we installed the artwork Phil Supple and his team supplied eerie lighting effects and a soundscape. Thousands of visitors visited Electric Forest through December to enjoying the stunning light installations and the opportunity to be out in the forest after dark.


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