Ilona Sagar, Human Factors, 2013, Borough station. Part of public programme for Labyrinth by Mark Wallinger
A partnership programme of films at Canary Wharf station with organisations including Film London, LUX and the BFI.
Photograph: Benjamin Johnson
Trevor Paglen's An English Landscape (American Surveillance Base near Harrogate, Yorkshire) was a 62-metre long, panoramic photograph installed across the length of a disused Tube platform.
Photograph: Ollie Hammick
A pop-up in Piccadilly Circus station selling limited edition prints of AotU commissions celebrating 150 years of the Tube. Graphic design by Apfel, structure by Jones Neville. Photograph: Thierry Bal
I worked at Art on the Underground as a freelance curator from 2013 – 14.
Projects included: installations at the flagship Gloucester Road station site, programming London’s then biggest outdoor cinema screen at Canary Wharf station, and setting up a limited edition pring shop Piccadilly Circus station, as well as devising city-wide events to launch Mark Wallinger’s epic Labyrinth project built around partnerships with the Science Museum, The Foundling Museum, and the Institute of Contemporary Arts.
It was working here that sparked my passion for working in the public sphere.