>Colourful language at SSEES


Conceptual art has descended on the School of Slavonic and East European Studies – and not before time.  Artist Julia Vogl has created an installation entitled  Colouring the Invisible representing the different languages spoken by people passing through SSEES by affixing translucent sheets of coloured perspecxpanes in the building inner atrium. It is also a response to our ‘architectural environment’ apparantly. “…охуительно [fucking excellent]” comments a passing student – although I wasn’t quite not sure if this referred to the artwork or something else. Still, I have have to agree with her. Next stop Christo and Jeanne-Claude to wrap the building for Christmas?

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