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The Social Playground

Award: Graphite Pencil

Graphite Pencil / Spatial Design / Installations / 2012

As part of ‘Knowledge Lives Everywhere’, an exhibition at FACT, Aberrant Architecture designed The Social Playground, a giant interactive landscape built in collaboration with local community groups in Liverpool. The Social Playground is based around the British game of egg rolling, an Easter tradition that sees families decorating hard boiled eggs and rolling them down local hills. Aberrant’s version invited visitors to explore and race wooden eggs down and around seven different structures, which represented and revealed work carried out by the various community groups.

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