Shape, Line, Colour…

Once again, it’s time for ‘Magic Moments’ at The Olivers’ Madhouse…

Well, the highlight of last year, for me, was getting involved the the luminarium project ‘Exxopolis’ run by Architects of Air. Keeping the story short (for now) a number of us helped to make a ‘mosaic’ panel out of small pieces of plastic sheet. Ah, the heady aroma of solvent on the late spring air…

But enough of the reminiscing; what we made formed one small part of the whole massive structure, essentially a vast plastic tent, kept up by a system of fans blowing air into it. Now, if you had suggested to me, say, a few weeks before, that people would be thrilled to go inside a plastic tent, I would have been tapping my skull! But this was no ordinary tent…

Our ‘thank you’ from Architects of Air was free admission on the opening evening. An evening I shall never forget. After the formal opening ceremony, we moved across to where the structure now stood, inflated…

Exxopolis 1

and took off our shoes…

Exxopolis 2and went inside, where an amazing display of shape…

Exxopolis 3line…

Exxopolis 4and colour, combined to give every visitor…

Exxopolis 5not just one, but a whole series…

Exxopolis 6of the most exquisite…

Exxopolis 7incredible…

Exxopolis 8magic moments!

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11 Responses to Shape, Line, Colour…

  1. Jaime Oliver says:

    wow Phil this looked immense! was it really surreal stood in there?

    thanks for linking up with #magicmoments

  2. Gosh, that looks extraordinary. How beautiful and what a project to be a part of. Stunning.

  3. Charlotte says:

    Fantastic photos! I want to go again! :0)

  4. Oh wow – that is amazing and I’m sure the pictures don’t even do it justice. How incredible to be a part of that?? Thank you for sharing it with us x

  5. Amazing colours, quite a project to be part of. Popping over from magic moments

  6. Emma Day says:

    Incredible photos. This looks awesome! Bet you were proud to be a part of it?! x

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