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  • Architect and artist Cryil Lancelin, also known as @town.and.concrete, creates installations that force the viewer to escape from the digital world by interacting with physical subject matter. This travelling art installation “pyramid” (2017), pictured, references a metaphorical ‘social cloud’, inviting audiences to crawl into the immersive, inflatable installation, allowing them to relate their experiences with one of the built environment. Lancelin’s experiments draw inspiration from space organisations and include constructing rabbit holes within art installations.
  • Architect and artist Cryil Lancelin, also known as @town.and.concrete, creates installations that force the viewer to escape from the digital world by interacting with physical subject matter. This travelling art installation “pyramid” (2017), pictured, references a metaphorical ‘social cloud’, inviting audiences to crawl into the immersive, inflatable installation, allowing them to relate their experiences with one of the built environment. Lancelin’s experiments draw inspiration from space organisations and include constructing rabbit holes within art installations.
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  • I have been working on what was my polka dot series. However, after doing some research on polka dots I will be renaming the series. "The innocent, bouncing polka dot is rooted in earthier stuff. Medieval Europeans rarely wore dotted patterns on fabric, because it was virtually impossible to space the dots evenly without the help of machines. In an era of iffy medicine, irregularly spaced dots made people think of outbreaks of incurable diseases like leprosy, syphilis, smallpox, bubonic plague, and measles."
Well that is just too depressing for these happy little dots! 
Meet the 3rd painting in my LOLLI SPOTS series.

BLUEBERRY WINE
48x24
Acrylic 
Gallery wrapped canvas

DM for purchase information.
  • I have been working on what was my polka dot series. However, after doing some research on polka dots I will be renaming the series. "The innocent, bouncing polka dot is rooted in earthier stuff. Medieval Europeans rarely wore dotted patterns on fabric, because it was virtually impossible to space the dots evenly without the help of machines. In an era of iffy medicine, irregularly spaced dots made people think of outbreaks of incurable diseases like leprosy, syphilis, smallpox, bubonic plague, and measles."
    Well that is just too depressing for these happy little dots!
    Meet the 3rd painting in my LOLLI SPOTS series.

    BLUEBERRY WINE
    48x24
    Acrylic
    Gallery wrapped canvas

    DM for purchase information.
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