by Trinity Tristan on Holyrood Street (2018)

Ode is a public artwork to enliven the middle of Holyrood Street sand is on the Low_line which runs parallel to the Bermondsey Street Tunnel. The piece sits opposite Nine Lives Bar and near Fully Charged. Near London Bridge Station.

Holyrood street is being transformed with a new café, additional businesses moving in and extensive greening.

Trinity maintains her artistic practice as a sense of narrative, reflection, and escapism. Her ode’s to an ‘Anywhere but here’ mentality that removes her from her own existence and places her among an abstract sense of beauty and drama.

Commissioned by Team London Bridge, Sweet and Chilli and Southwark Council.

Trinity Tristan is a multidisciplinary artist, writer, costume designer, and director. Her artwork spans, paint, collage, sewing, 3D printing, screen print, sculpture, body prints, lenticular prints and the written word. In her early 20’s she went through gender reassignment. Through this, she became fascinated by the attributable traits of trans fluidity. Her work has been showcased by the likes of The Saatchi Gallery and published in books and publications such as Gasp.