REBECCALOUISE LAW, using hundreds of suspended flowers

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Columbia Road is a street in East London which is transformed into a paradise of flowers with the flower market every Sunday.

Rebecca Louise Law —London-based installation artist— blends art, nature and people. She worked in numerous public spaces and with some of the most influencers fashion labels as Hermès, McQueen and Gucci over the past few years.

With her conceptual work and by using hundreds of suspended flowers as artistic medium, Rebecca Louise Law transforms not only public spaces and museums but also encourages social change and challenges the natural boundaries of art.


Words by Lula Criado (Twitter @Lula_ClotMag)



Rebecca Louise Law, Fashion and Gardens exhibition

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What do you most like and dislike about the period we live in?

Like: Mobile phones.

Dislike: Mobile phones.


What is your chief enemy of creativity?



If you would have to give up one of your five senses which one would it be and why?

My sense of smell because I know people who can’t smell and they seem perfectly happy.


What’s the worst piece of advice you have been given?

That right next to the speakers is the best spot in a nightclub.


Do you consider yourself an introvert or extrovert?

I consider myself 50/50 introvert/extrovert


Who or what was the last person, place or thing that fascinated you?

I saw a picture today of a solider in the first world war who had made a garden in the trenches. Apparently they held competitions for who grew the best carrots etc.


(Photos courtesy of Rebeca Louise Law. Many thanks to Kim Richardson for her help)
22 Jul 2014