Minh Le Pham
A spatial concept and design aimed at housing experimental, radical and socially-empowering art practices.
LBGT, a spatial concept and design aimed to house experimental, radical and socially-empowering art practices, has been developed as an imaginary collaboration between two ground-breaking artists – Wes Anderson and Yoko Ono.
Wes Anderson’s unmistakable aesthetic and Yoko Ono’s unique upbringing served as an inspiration for the aesthetic of the project which strives to bring back the almost forgotten historic theatrical character of Brixton. Concurrently, inspired by Yoko Ono’s use of art as a form of social activism, the site brings together an immersive theatrical experience and a plastic recycling process in order to raise social awareness and educate users on sustainable consumption of plastic. LBGT invites them to experience the life of plastic through the lens of Wes Anderson.
The final outcome serves two functions: refreshing the theatre scene of the area and cleaning up the area’s plastic pollution as well as the Effra River, Brixton’s once bloodline. The civic duty and the leisure experience combined in one building.
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