#LDF20 Unity, Coal Drops Yard, London Design Festival

Curated design excellence

One of the more 'bizarre' installations at this year's festival, Unity by Marlene Huissoud invites visitors to stand in a circle 2 metres apart surrounding the installation.

Controlled by footpumps, visitors will work together in a symbol of strength and hope, to breathe life into the piece. Participants involved will pump the system, slowly unveiling a new form as the installation transforms in shape in front of their eyes: growing, dancing, breathing, and revealing its full potential.

If no one is pumping, the installation will deflate and loose its power and vitality. The installation has an intention to send a message of optimism: by standing strong together, we have the tools and power to create a better world and change the system. 

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Unity London Design Festival Coal Drops Yard Kings Cross crowd shot

Unity London Design Festival 2020

Unity London Design Festival Coal Drops Yard Kings Cross

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