Olafur Eliasson: The Cubic Structural Evolution Project | Foyer Gallery
4 June 2016 - 28 August 2016
The Cubic Structural Evolution Project is a hands-on installation by Danish-Icelandic artist, Olafur Eliasson. Comprising thousands of pieces of white Lego bricks scattered on a large table, the work invites Gallery visitors to become ‘architects’ by using the Lego to create endlessly re-forming structures limited only by imagination.
Towering cityscapes emerge out of the rubble of Lego bricks and constantly evolve as new visitors contribute to the work through construction, modification, destruction and re-construction - processes inherent to the lifecycle of any metropolis.
On loan from Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane
“We believe art transcends borders and is crucial to stimulating innovation and inspiring communities. Hastings City Art Gallery’s vibrant exhibition programme opens up a new and highly imaginative visual world which we are pleased to support”. Hamish Whyte, FURNWARE.
A leader in online learning and education innovation, iQualify is a partner for Eliasson’s The cubic structural evolution project in Hawke's Bay. Hastings City Art Gallery would like to thank iQualify for joining us in encouraging creative learning in Hawke's Bay.
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