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Pantheon Rotor

  • Alan Bond Pantheon Rotor detail with figure
  • Alan Bond Pantheon Rotor front with people
  • Alan Bond Pantheon Rotor ceiling
  • Alan Bond Pantheon Rotor front
  • Alan Bond Pantheon Rotor detail
  • Alan Bond Pantheon Rotor constructing
  • Alan Bond Pantheon Rotor back

Pantheon Rotor

2009 – Shunt, London Bridge.

The Pantheon was made from abandoned, old and modern materials gleaned from around Hackney in East London, creating a colourful and eclectic exterior. The interior was made from narrow planks of pallet wood with the appearance of the interior drum of a fairground ‘Wall of Death’ or ‘Rotor‘. I thought of this Pantheon as a place of recreation and the dramatic venue at Shunt, which was an art and theatre space as well as a clubbing venue, especially suited and influenced its making.

Date: September 03, 2009