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Head Above Water by Steuart Padwick

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British designer Steuart Padwick will make a dramatic change to the London skyline during designjunction in support of mental health. Head Above Water is a 9 metre high sculpture on Queen’s Stone jetty (aka Gabriel’s pier) on the South Bank with panoramic views of St Paul Cathedral and the iconic city skyline.

The ‘Head’ is deliberately gender, ethnicity and age neutral and stands as a symbol of hope, bravery, compassion, positivity and change, for those who have come through or are still confronting mental health issues, and the people who support them. This piece of public art will be supporting the mental health campaign Time to Change, who will use this dynamic platform to engage and stimulate the discussion to eradicate mental health-related stigma and discrimination.