The hoardings around EDF Energy's work site on Bankside's Sumner Street have been brightened by a new art project by two Danish artists exploring the history of Southwark.
Elsebeth Jørgensen and Pia Rönicke
"We provide an essential public service and because of this our responsibility to the communities we serve is essential to the way we do business," says Clare Bryd of EDF Energy. "Supporting this unique artwork is part of our determination to be a good neighbour. The artists' community theme fitted in perfectly by enlivening the hoardings through community participation and stimulating local debate in an area undergoing so much change. We hope it will also be well received locally."
EDF Energy has also supported the Bankside Residents' Forum and Bankside Open Spaces Trust.
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