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Street art directors adapt years of experience into interactive urban design.

Moving Bench

3D viewing room
Moving bench at Chamberlain Square Birmingham (UK)
Background picture: Jimmy Dustpan

This is a physical event: 17/11 - 31/12
Perron Piet Hein Eek

You eye catches up a colorful bench and you try to find a place to sit. It may feel uncomfortable to sit close to a stranger but moving your seat away from the other can be unpleasant as well.
What will you do?


Can you step into the blue seat and so I can swipe over the green one? a curved line are seats on a rail who can slide to the left and the right. 15 seats make 4 couples, 4 singles and a group of 3 people who want to sit together. Can I have this blue seat because I would like to sit next to my girlfriend. Can you step into the blue seat and give me the green one? We all know this from a theatre or a film house so it’s not that difficult. Just slide them on!
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Close Act Design

DESIGN AND APPLIED ARTS: Imagine performing artists utilize years of experience for urban design.

FROM STREET PERFORMANCES TO STREET DESIGN: The creative team of Close Act Design lean on many years of experience in creating and shaping large-scale street theatre performances.
For years, this company wanted to immortalize their art and install it on streets or squares Since 2020 they started to create new material for urban spaces.