Family Day: Short-Lived Sculpture

Construct and explore a transitory sculpture park

Sackler Centre for Education

26 Apr 2015 - 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Family Day: Short-Lived Sculpture

Admission Free

Participants explored and constructed a transitory sculpture park in Kensington Gardens with artist Jenny Moore.

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Inspired by Pascale Marthine Tayou’s exhibition BOOMERANG, participants took part in an afternoon of short-lived sculpture and performance suitable for the whole family.  Making a temporary sculpture park for the afternoon, this event challenged families to develop playful ways to interact with both strange and familiar objects, reconsidering their relationship with their own bodies, each other, and the stuff of everyday life.

The Serpentine Galleries have signed up to the Family Arts Standards. We welcome families and to help you enjoy your experience we are committed to ensuring we meet these Standards. More information for visiting the Serpentine Galleries with your Family

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Exhibition

Pascale Marthine Tayou: BOOMERANG

4 Mar 2015 to 17 May 2015

Serpentine Galleries presented the first solo show in London by Cameroon-born, Belgium-based artist Pascale Marthine Tayou. The exhibition included new work made specifically for the Serpentine and introduced audiences to a range of works that demonstrated the artist’s unique ability to combine issues of individual and national identity and global consumption.

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Construct and explore a transitory sculpture park

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Photograph © Manuela Barczewski and Ben Messih

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Photograph © Manuela Barczewski and Ben Messih

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