Invisible Dust

London | Tuesday 26 March
Pollution level: Moderate

Take part in a London Olympic cycle race finish

Goal, Kobberling Kaltwasser, Bicycle Wheel, July 2011

Berlin artist duo, Köbberling, Kaltwasser have built Goal! a new cycling race post at the View Tube. Cycle to the View Tube and you will be able to end your ride in the style of racing Olympic cyclists.

The artists are constructing an archway made from discarded and recycled materials found around East London. The piece celebrates everyday cyclists reaching their goal in a style similar to that of the Olympics.

Kobberling Kaltwasser’s Architecture Journal award winning previous project, ‘The Jellyfish Theatre’ was conceived as part of the Oikos Project by Topher Campbell, Artistic Director of  The Red Room Theatre and Film company.  The Red Room commissioned Kobberling Kaltwasser to create the  The ‘Jelly Fish Theatre’ and it was part of the London Festival of Architecture in 2010. A temporary structure, it was London’s first fully-functioning theatre made with volunteers entirely from recycled and reclaimed materials and situated in a South London playground.

Jelly Fish Theatre info

Goal! is open July and August 2011, the View Tube, The Greenway, E15 2PJ.

Travel: Preferably bike but also Pudding Mill DLR

Goal! is part of Bicycle Wheel, a series of events as part of View Tube Art

and Create 11 festival funded by Arts Council England.

Curator: Alice Sharp of Invisible Dust.

1 comment

  1. Ikram says:

    Hallo! Wir mf6chten gerne mit kleinem Kind mit Wohnmobil im Sommer durch Kanada. Deshalb ist uns auch nacths die Temperatur wichtig die Klimaanlage le4uft wohl auf Campingple4tzen mit Nachtruhe (kein Generatorbetrieb) nicht die ganze Nacht fcber die Batterie, oder? Wie laut ist fcblicherweise der Generator im amerikanischen Wohnmobilen so? Vielen Dank ffcr eine Antwort, T. Speil

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