© Paul Ford 2020
A memorial to loss and memory, the piece can only be fully experienced by viewing the interior through a small hole.
The use of mirrors produces an apparently infinite tunnel view producing a slightly curved road of poppies.
I was interested to learn that (if extended vertically) the sides of the Lutyens Cenotaph in Whitehall, London would meet a mile above the ground.
I like the idea that a very wide circle is implied by the slight curve in the 'road' view in Remembrance which just might be a mile in circumference!
Galvanised Steel, Lead, Glass, Paper and Perspex
0.46 x 0.30 x 1 metre approx, 1998
Collection of the artist