Based on the idea of art as a social experience rather than a finite object, Bubble Factory relies on active participants who engage with it, either individually or collectively.

It draws on childhood memories many of us have: the joy and beauty of blowing vibrant soap bubbles while taking time to watch them float freely in the sky until they burst.

 

The creation of ephemeral bubble scenarios is reminiscent of performances or happenings.

In the context of the art exhibition ‚Re-inventing Beauty' at Space 36 (London 2019)

beautiful creations that only last for a short amount of time take on a new meaning.

 

They allow for artistic interpretation beyond fun and entertainment. Without being morbid, explicit, or didactic, Bubble Factory encourages contemplation about the transience of beauty, human vulnerability, and mortality.

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