Tag Archives: public space

Serpentine Pavilion 2015

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This year marked the 15th anniversary of the world-renowned Pavilion commission on the Serpentine Gallery grounds in London, UK. The outdoor temporary exhibit, designed by Spanish architects SelgasCano, is an amorphous structure consisting of translucent multi-coloured panels woven in a way to that creates a “secret corridor” for visitors to travel through.  Continue reading

INTER/play at Vivid Sydney


Vivid Sydney 2015 is currently underway and lighting up the city in this unique annual event of light, music and ideas. INTER/play by The Propaganda Mill transforms historic Cadmans Cottage into a magical environment by using the architecture of the building as a canvas and light as a material. Instead of being pre-rendered, the graphics projected onto and into the cottage evolve in real-time and are ‘sculpted’ through the movement and interactions of spectators, people passing by or those drawn into the cottage itself. Continue reading

Hands Holding Things

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Toronto-based artist, collector and curator Micah Lexier, a Winnipeg native, officially launches Hands Holdings Things (2015) series of images in partnership with PATTISON’s Art in Transit programme. The 8 image series will be displayed on street level outdoor media products at several locations across the city, with media supplied by PATTISON Outdoor Advertising from April 1 to May 29, 2015.

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