Join us online at lunchtime on 17 June when Jason Bruges Studio will be revealing Latent Façade- an intriguing piece of public art on the side of one of the Park's new buildings. The installation of public art on the Park was a condition attached to the planning consent for the two new buildings at the Milton Road entrance. Latent Façade was inspired by Cambridge Science Park’s pioneering research into image capture and computer vision. Its hexagonal form is a nod to the work of Sir Nevill Mott who chaired the Mott Committee – a special committee set up by Cambridge University in response to the Labour Government’s 1964 initiative which resulted in the development of the Park. Sir Nevill was the first to describe ‘latent image’; the process by which light transforms hexagonal silver halide crystals within photographic film to reveal an invisible ‘trace’. During the event, Jason Bruges will also present a show reel of his Studio’s past projects. The presentation will be followed by a virtual tour of their East London Studio, and a Q&A session.