Bespoke Video Art Installations

 

Open Gallery specialises in video art installations. Our design team is expert in bringing art to corporate and hospitality environments and producing bespoke video projections in commercial and residential settings. Our moving image artworks can dramatically transform the emotional impact of a space, without distracting from the function of the space itself. We develop installations tailored specifically for your needs and which integrate into the architectural features of reception halls, suites, meeting rooms and restaurants.


Read our case studies below for more information. Or for the specific installation services we offer, click here.

  • The Hospital Club

    The Brief

    The Hospital Club asked us to create a multiple screen exhibition of video art in their main members’ lounge. The second floor lounge plays host to business and social meetings during the day, and functions as a livelier bar space in the evenings. The club’s curator wanted a striking exhibition which was also sympathetic to the various uses of the space.        
  • International Asset Management

    The Brief

    When International Asset Management moved to a new office in Mayfair, IAM CEO Morten Spenner wanted to expand the company’s impressive art collection and asked Open Gallery to create a spectacular point of interest on this wall. The office is centred on an atrium which is bordered to one side by a triple height wall. Under the previous tenant, Hugo Boss, the wall had displayed a vertically mounted Formula 1 car, but was now blank.
  • The Berkeley Square Hotel

    The Brief

    The Square occupies the ground and basement floors of the Berkeley Square Hotel in Bristol, an eclectic yet elegant art-hotel recently ranked fifth in The Guardian’s top 100 UK boutique hotels for under £100. The gallery space incorporates the Square Club which is the region's leading members' club for the arts and creative industries. Open Gallery was asked to provide art programming for the Hotel and Club, setting up two permanent video art installations therein.