a temporary installation for Pasmore’s Pavilion, Peterlee, County Durham. UK

19th - 22nd September 2019

Victor Pasmore’s ‘Apollo’ Pavilion sits at the heart of the Sunny Blunts estate in Peterlee. A grade II listed brutalist folly built in 1969 and named after the first manned lunar landing that year. ‘Apollo’ was a temporary installation that intersected with the pavilion structure for four days in 2019.

‘Apollo’ was commissioned by Durham County Council as part of a year’s celebration marking the 50th anniversary of the pavilion. ‘Apollo’ was supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.