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Silent Disco by Barbara Bestor Architecture

A razzle dazzle installation at SCI-Arc

Barbara Bestor Architecture’s Silent Disco mixes First World War Razzle Dazzle camouflage with mirror ball fragments, to create a temporary round-the-clock venue. With dual operating modes, by day the folded plywood creates a refuge. By night it comes to life, with dance parties, DJ sets, lasers, projections and fog.

Silent Disco

Where: SCI-Arc Gallery 

When: Until 15 May

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