This site contains images, text, video clips, and audio files that provide a contextual background to the Future Perfect public art programme. The work shown has been commissioned by Bristol City Council, funded through Section 106 monies raised to mitigate the effects of development in the Hengrove area.
You can keep up to date with the work Future Perfectis doing by signing up to our newsletter or watching our project videos. The website details live projects as they are developing and when they are completed, the site will become an archive of past projects, providing information on works, dates and locations.
We hope that the website will become a useful resource for those interested in site specific and context based artworks, a research tool for students and academics, or a window into the works in the City’s collection.
To experience this website at its best please use the most up to date browsers when possible. For details of the site design and access please see the ‘Accessibility’ section.
If you have any feedback, enquiries or suggestions regarding this website, we'd love to hear from you so please contact us.
The Future Perfect website was launched in February 2014.
Aldo Rinaldi, Senior Public Art Officer, Bristol City Council, firstname.lastname@example.org
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