Geyer’s installation for Look.Stop.Shop at State of Design is a burst of imagination into Centre Place.
July 22nd, 2011
A collection of imagination bubbles hanging in strings of ideas dangles out of Geyer’s 6th floor studio window over Melbourne’s Centre Place.
Geyer’s creative thoughts flow into the laneway below. As the bubbles burst, ideas are released, shared and regenerated by the city and its inhabitants.
It’s an installation for Look.Stop.Shop, a State of Design initiative that uses design to bring the city alive day and night – and it’s just another example of the beautiful ideas coming out of this year’s festival!
Read more about Look.Stop.Shop here.
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