David Tremlett - The Manton Staircase - Tate Shots
3 min | Feature
For his latest architectural intervention, David Tremlett and a team of assistants spent 12 days rubbing pastel crayons onto the walls at Tate Britain with the palms of their hands.
The resulting painting, 'Drawing for Free Thinking', swathes an interior stairwell at the gallery in broad blocks of colour and line. TateShots climbed the scaffolding to document the process.