Last weekend, Urban Office held a launch night for their COP26 sign installation – indestructible language. The installation, by conceptual artist and activist Mary Ellen Carroll/MEC, studios, centres around our current climate emergency. Designed to provoke viewers to reflect on its many interpretations and consider their own actions towards climate change. You can read more on MEC, studios website here.

The illumination of this piece of artwork coincides with the announcement of RSVP. RSVP is a global programme, whose initiative is to address climate, migration and mental health through the built environment.

An evening for the launch of this artwork brought about the likes of Susan Aitken, Leader of Glasgow City Council, to the rooftop as well as Joe and Mike Grieve from the Sub-Club.

We’re delighted to be part of a community that wants to play an active role in addressing issues like climate change. It was also our pleasure to have provided the health and safety services to support this project!

The installation will be displayed until January 31, 2022.



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