French artist Didier Faustino recently installed a temporary stage in London's Bedford Square. In urban centers, there are few spaces where consumers can engage in spontaneous public performances. This stage provides a space where anyone can give an impromptu speech or performance.
The temporary stage is part of Faustino's 'This is not a Love Song' series. The installation consists of a spiky stage that reassembles a cartoon explosion. The stage is painted a vibrant yellow hue that is easily visible from far away. The stage is designed to encourage spontaneous public speaking and provide a place where anyone can hold an impromptu event. The artist also believes the stage can act as a space for consumers tp hold public debates and discussions.
The unique project ultimately combines modern design with elements of social interaction.
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