In Memoriam is a new touring artwork by Luke Jerram. The installation is a temporary memorial for the public to visit and remember all those we have lost from the COVID-19 pandemic. In Memoriam is also made in tribute to all the NHS health and care workers who have been risking their lives during the crisis. Referencing those people who have been in hospital and care homes during this crisis, the flags are created from NHS bed sheets and arranged in the form of a medical logo.
Presented in the open air location of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh's Climate Change House Lawn, the structure allows people to enter, contemplate and explore the artwork and interpretation, whilst adhering to the rules of social distancing.
To attend this exhibition, it is essential to book a timed entry slot to the Garden.
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