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Endless Square 2018

Community Picnic

Commissioned by Milton Keynes Development Council.  Endless Square is an artist residency responding to Walter Jack Studio’s Pass the Parcel sculptureexploring the endless possibilities presented by creative interventions into public spaces.  Endless Square comprises a series of 30 cm x 30 cm vibrantfabric squares that change form and function throughout the duration of the residency.
 

Giant Twister children's game


Mini DIY Crazy Golf Course

Print-making workshop
Noughts and crosses

Community Picnic
Community Picnic


Bichello 2018

80 (l) x 80 (w) x 120 (h) cm
Bichello is a new design object by artist Lisa Cheung and designer Sammy Delgado Escobar. It is a modular, functional display unit that plays between design and art. “We were inspired by the fantastic forms of insects and quirky spaceship designs from science fiction and real space travel. From that base, we developed a modular form that could be reconfigured according to need, an aesthetic display that can house a variety kinds of artwork, and also act as a sculpture in its own right.”

Bichello is modular and can be configured into different forms and shapes.

plwood, wood, plastic
modular unit size: 60 x 60 cm & 40 x 40 cm

200 cm (l) x 40 cm (w) x 70 cm (h)
95cm (l) x 95 cm (w) x 160 cm (h)

120 cm (l) x 120 cm (w) x 135 cm (w)

80 cm (l) x 80 xm (w) x 120 cm (h)

80 cm (l) x 80 cm (w) x 120 cm (h)


Playing Fate 2018

35 x 35 cm
found wood veneer, bamboo chopsticks, wooden "Pick Up Sticks" game
Copelouzo Family Museum
Playing Fate came about by luck. I found all the components of the relief by chance. Their arrangement is arbitrary, according to where the sticks happen to fall. The piece was inspired by a children's game called “Pick up Sticks” where dexterity and skill are required to win, a contrast the randomness of the arrangement. The origins of this game are from 12th century China, derived from the custom of tossing joss sticks in the temple. Fortunes are read according to the configuration of how the sticks fell.