Marylebone Road

"Viewpoint" by Sara Cameron
Permanent installation
Artist Sarah Cameron from the UCL Slade School of Fine Art was commissioned to develop a huge mural for the Grant Museum's foyer. What she came up with was a trompe l'oeil of a museum cabinet filled with our objects.

The painting has been made so that from the angle and height of the artist's eye, the solid wall looks like a three dimensional cabinet, enticing the viewer – in a quest to align and distort the illusion – to a position of questioning.

The shifting perspective is indicative of the individual nature of peoples' experiences of the collection. This runs parallel to the Museum's perceived role: the pursuit of taxonomic investigation. The collection is modified according to its viewer.

The painting was made without the use of digital aids, grids or formulae.

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