The context of this work was the relocation of the iconic Royal Newcastle Hospital to a new site at John Hunter Hospital. This project did not seek the large landmarks of change but the memorabilia of small acts, the detritus of daily activities and the repeated tasks which make up daily working life. The trauma of moving became a celebration of the past, and, rather than generating fear of an unknown future, the move provided the opportunity for new expressions of identity and vision.
[Installation]. Moving the Royal: Framing the Memories. (Arts Health Facilities, The Royal Newcastle Centre April, 2006-)