Jane Watt is an artist based in East Anglia who has made work in the public realm for twenty years. She is inspired by everyday materials, situations and spaces. She tries to create extraordinary and delightful interventions that uplift and challenge the viewer’s usual perception of that object or environment. Past projects include changing the skyline of Shoreditch, East London with a flock of one hundred artificial birds on a city roof, trying to make a straight rainbow on the Pentland Hills in Scotland, creating a taste of summer in mid-winter on the streets of Helsinki and getting hundreds of people to dance under magenta spotlights in forgotten corners of north London.
More information and images of Jane’s work can be found at: www.janewattprojects.com