12-28 August 2016
By visual artist Flavia Terzian: The Station courtyard gave me the architectural platform where interactions between viewers and the installations of five platonic solids can come out to play, creating an alternative social platform for both the public and the young community already involved at The Station.
The exhibition Geometric Playground will allow the audience to walk in and out of each five shapes hoping to raise the consciousness of these four shapes that hold within the environment surrounded around us.
The cube, tetrahedron, icosahedron, octahedron and dodecahedron; bare elements within the cubes as there structure links with the five natural elements: Earth, Fire, Water, Air and Ether. Each geometric shape holds its physical and metaphysical space for its specific purpose to create.
With the aid of networking with local artists and skilled tradesman from Bristol and Spike Island, this project has come to light to open up this youth-based hub attracting a diverse audience providing homemade cakes as well as organic herbal teas provided by Mr Teas Teas.
Technician crew: Rick Carey, Dan McGrath and Tom Goldstone
Lighting and music: Stoney
Advertising and management: Costanza Tagliaferri
Poster Design: Ben Turner
Photographers: Amy Branch and Adriana Carvalho
Info on visual artist Flavia Terzian on Terzianart.com