Tag Archives: installation

Playful creatures in the Azores

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Featured at this year’s Walk&Talk festival on the island of São Miguel in the Azores, Moradavaga took inspiration from the rich sea life that exists in and around the Atlantic archipelago to produce a site specific piece of interactive art. “Vernie” the giant squid,  served as a communicative playful tool for passersby of all ages at Portas do Mar in the city of Ponta Delgada.  Continue reading

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June Events

4223284_97845a9e9f_oIt’s that time of year again where outdoor festivals, placemaking efforts and community events are in full swing. Here are just a few taking place this month:

London Festival of Architecture
London, UK
June 1 – June 30, 2016

Barcelona Design Week
Barcelona, Spain
June 2 – 12, 2016

Village Building Convergence, City Repair
Portland, OR USA
June 3 – June 12, 2016

100in1Day
Multiple Cities
June 4, 2016

DiversityFest
Toronto, Canada
June 5, 2016

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East Austin Studio Tour 2015

DSC_0682Public art is an indulgence. It is the makeup of our cities; the mascara that makes our eyes or a neighborhood, pop. This past weekend in Austin, Texas we celebrated art with the annual East Austin Studio Tour, affectionately known as E.A.S.T. Among all the activities, public art made its statement with a strong underlying theme running through each piece. Undoubtedly all art has its individualistic qualities that make them unique, but what delineates public art from the others is that it hopes to interact with the civilian, not one but all. Continue reading

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Colourfull-court press

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Ill-Studio has collaborated with French fashion brand Pigalle to create a multicoloured basketball court between a row of buildings in the 9th arrondissement of Paris. Panels of blue, white, red and yellow ethylene propylene diene monome (EPDM) rubber – a synthetic material commonly used in playground and sports areas – have been applied to the floor. Continue reading

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Pink balloons

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When guests step into the whimsical courtyard at the Hotel de Griffy in France they are presented with a feeling of entering an alternate reality as it filled with hundreds of pink balloons. Some balloons are scattered among the grassy floor but most of them are stuffed into a hanging net that is suspended above the entire yard. Continue reading

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