Pavillons d'artistes

Since June, four parks in central London hosting the creations of renowned artists. In situ interventions that take the form of original small houses, pocket between architectures and installations.

Portavilion is an art project that animates the London public space since June 2008. As part of this project, the artists Dan Graham, Annika Eriksson, Toby Paterson and Monica Sosnowska invest famous parks of the British capital and establish the original and specifically designed pavilions there. By their actions, artists and working on the linking of various public areas of the city. They stimulate or destabilize the visitor. They offer her interactive and playful works, meeting spaces, dialogue and play. Real concentrates architecture.

At Holland Park, Dan Graham and erected a pavilion of glass and mirrors with wide circular openings, blurring the perception of the visitor and environment playing with the reflections.

A Primrose Hill, Monica Sosnowska builds a wooden pavilion that appears to have been distorted and bent by the winds, surprising visitors with its shape and geometry of spaces it offers.

A Potters Fields Park is Toby Paterson which draws a graphical and abstract structure of the Tower Bridge vicinity.

In Regents Park, Annika Eriksson she offers a pocket film, a trailer that hides a dark room only few seats for a private screening.

More information, visit the website of Portavilion project.

sources: treehugger et up Projects

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