Look out, it’s not just King’s Cross and St Pancras that are going all bold, colourful and supersized with their public art installations. A vast suspended box made up from 640 multi-coloured and translucent dangling tubes is about to dominate the centre of Camden Town.
It’s the flamboyant brainchild of locally-based design team KSR Architects, who won a competition to design a “public pavilion” and build something that would set the tone for the first Camden Create Festival.
The resulting pop-up artwork will descend, alien-landing style, on the iconic Britannia junction outside Camden Town Underground Station for the duration of the festival (13th-15th May 2014) and represents the “incredibly dense community of multi-disciplined creative businesses in Camden today,” says the blurb.
“The tubes are hung like a kaleidoscopic wind chimes, allowing them to move and shapeshift in the wind. Each little collision represents the conversations, interactions, and networking being promoted between people.” So a bit of a ding dong for creative businesses and individuals in the area, if you will, and one we’re really looking forward to.
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