Glenn Rickwood

Glenn Rickwood

Glenn Rickwood
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Be More Garden City version

Be More Garden City version

"Leave a comment... ...What kind of dream are you living in this garden city dream?"; "Leave an email address... ...Receive a set of Living The Dream emojis to use and share."

What kind of dream are you living in this garden city dream? "Leave an email address.Receive a set of Living The Dream emojis to use and share.

Portrait of Ebenezer Howard (main reference for emoji icon).

Portrait of Ebenezer Howard (main reference for emoji icon).

Possible outcomes for a promotional campaign supporting the Living The Dream proposal.

Possible outcomes for a promotional campaign supporting the Living The Dream proposal.

Main artwork outside the IGCE.

Main artwork outside the IGCE.

Main artwork on International Garden Cities Exhibition lawn; embedded in the image would be a 'loop' of message content contrasting a garden city dream quote with consumer dream slogans.

Main artwork on International Garden Cities Exhibition lawn; embedded in the image would be a 'loop' of message content contrasting a garden city dream quote with consumer dream slogans.

Following the ltgcd.net url on emoji sign leads to landing page (left). Clicking on one option on landing page accesses 'letter page' (right), on which a photo of the Living The Dream main artwork - sited outside the International Garden Cities Exhibition - above a hand-written letter outling the core idea for the Living The Dream campaign.

Following the ltgcd.net url on emoji sign leads to landing page (left). Clicking on one option on landing page accesses 'letter page' (right), on which a photo of the Living The Dream main artwork - sited outside the International Garden Cities Exhibition - above a hand-written letter outling the core idea for the Living The Dream campaign.

Sign featuring emoji icon based on Ebenezer Howard's features.

Sign featuring emoji icon based on Ebenezer Howard's features.

This email from the curator of the International Garden Cities Exhibition, received overnight, is somewhat positive...

This email from the curator of the International Garden Cities Exhibition, received overnight, is somewhat positive.

Possible visitors' book, wherein each visitor would be encouraged to write a short message about how they'd like to see Letchworth develop in the future (which could even provide the basis for another 'summary' artwork). Such a record would also provide clear evidence of the number of people engaging with this process, thus assisting any evaluation - by yourself or myself - of whether this approach to public engagement is worth pursuing. The book might contain image, as in the one shown…

Possible visitors' book, wherein each visitor would be encouraged to write a short message about how they'd like to see Letchworth develop in the future (which could even provide the basis for another 'summary' artwork). Such a record would also provide clear evidence of the number of people engaging with this process, thus assisting any evaluation - by yourself or myself - of whether this approach to public engagement is worth pursuing. The book might contain image, as in the one shown…

In a fastasy scenario (part of a sequence of fantastical images presented in a gallery), giant signs could be visualised around Letchworth. Unlike this image of a a triffid they'd not be overtly threatening.

In a fastasy scenario (part of a sequence of fantastical images presented in a gallery), giant signs could be visualised around Letchworth. Unlike this image of a a triffid they'd not be overtly threatening.

A snapshot of where matters currently stand with this project.

I do hope this makes some kind of sense. (It's still very much a work-in-progress.

I do hope this makes some kind of sense... (It's still very much a work-in-progress.)

A snapshot of where matters currently stand with this project.