Last chance to see Tod Hanson’s ‘Box Room’

It is the final week to see the large-scale art installation inspired by the iconic Sunlight soap packaging.

Created by artist Tod Hanson, Box Room combines graphics inspired by the world’s first packaged and branded laundry soap with references to the architectural features of the village and the industrial heritage of Lever Brothers famous soap factory.

Box Room is on show inside Port Sunlight’s church hall, which was once part of the MacFisheries shops complex in the village and thought to be used as a bakery.

The outside of the 18-foot long box installation amplifies graphic elements from the Sunlight packaging, while inside is a room that fuses the functional design of a factory space with a decorative domestic interior.

Admission to Box Room is free and no pre-booking is required. COVID-related safety measures will be in place including social distancing, using our check-in system on arrival and limited visitor numbers will be in place inside the Church Hall. Our PSVT team will monitor this on the door so there may be small waiting times on more popular days.

Artist Tod Hanson is hosting a live Zoom Q&A event this Thursday 16th September between 6-7pm. If you are interested in joining this session, please email [email protected] with your full name and you will be sent the link to join the session a day in advance via email. 

Opening Hours: Wednesday – Sunday, 11am – 3pm
Location: Box Room is located in the Port Sunlight Church Hall, Bridge Street CH62 5DL

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