‘Purple Echo’ by Eduardo Padilha

Eduardo Padilha's latest billboard is called 'Purple Echo’, a vivid large-scale paper artwork created through a process called 'eco-printing’. The dye from these eco-prints has been sourced from plant material foraged within the Bethnal Green Nature Reserve. This billboard is the second in a triptych of large-scale artworks, part of Eduardo’s site wide installation titled ’The Non-existent Gardener’.

‘Purple Echo’ - 13th till 30th June 2022. Phytology, Bethnal Green Nature Reserve

The installation will be open to the public each Saturday 2pm - 4pm throughout June & July 2022. Eduardo is an artist in residence at the Bethnal Green Nature Reserve throughout 2022, part of the ‘We Speak In Tongues About The Thing(s) We Love’ project curated by Adelaide Bannerman. Installation photo's by Sol Aizcorbe. This project has been generously supported by Arts Council England & the Bethnal Green Nature Reserve Trust.

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