2004 Ipswich Crown Court Commission

Jacqueline Poncelet was commissioned to create a work for the glazed façade of the Ipswich Crown Court building. This art work recalls stained glass windows as Jacqueline Poncelet has used blocks of colour and pattern across the windows. The intricate patterns allude to the order and structure of the law, and add visual interest to […]

2010 Balance Arts Two, Queen Mary University, London

‘Architects Wilkinson Eyre collaborated with the artist Jacqueline Poncelet to develop a graphic treatment for certain sections of the facade which uses a book motif to represent the acquisition and sharing of knowledge across the humanities. This is expressed in particular on the cladding to the projecting volume of the drama studio.’ – e-architect Project […]

2019Three ViewsThe Marq, London, Public Art

This new development sits at the intersection of Duke Street and Jermyn Street, a part of London where the roads are narrow and where those not working tend to walk at a leisurely pace, window-shopping or peering into gallery windows. There’s an intimacy to these places; to Duke Street with its art galleries and Jermyn […]

2012Wrapper Public Art

Quote from AOTU ‘Wrapper’ leaflet. ‘In Wrapper, and throughout Poncelet’s artistic practice, patterns and colours play a key role as storytellers. She uses them in careful considered configurations and each has a very particular place and purpose in the overall composition. Through this visual choreography, the aims to generate illusionary spaces or simply to modulate […]