↑ THE WORLD FEELS REALLY BIG AND I LIKE IT Location: Various (including The Serpentine, London) Year: Ongoing Medium: Public space intervention  Some places make you feel small: that the world around you is really big. The sky above seems so high, the space around so wide. It brings about some calm and perspective, especially in a city where space can feel sparse. We chose to mark the place that had made us feel this way with a gold balloon, pinpointing this rare occurrence in London. This is an ongoing project across many sites and cities. Site 1 (pictured) depicts swimming in the Serpentine with the gold balloon. We are always looking out for places that make the world feel really big in order to pinpoint them also.
       
     
 ↑ THE WORLD FEELS REALLY BIG AND I LIKE IT Location: Various (including The Serpentine, London) Year: Ongoing Medium: Public space intervention  Some places make you feel small: that the world around you is really big. The sky above seems so high, the space around so wide. It brings about some calm and perspective, especially in a city where space can feel sparse. We chose to mark the place that had made us feel this way with a gold balloon, pinpointing this rare occurrence in London. This is an ongoing project across many sites and cities. Site 1 (pictured) depicts swimming in the Serpentine with the gold balloon. We are always looking out for places that make the world feel really big in order to pinpoint them also.
       
     


THE WORLD FEELS REALLY BIG AND I LIKE IT
Location: Various (including The Serpentine, London)
Year: Ongoing
Medium: Public space intervention

Some places make you feel small: that the world around you is really big. The sky above seems so high, the space around so wide. It brings about some calm and perspective, especially in a city where space can feel sparse.
We chose to mark the place that had made us feel this way with a gold balloon, pinpointing this rare occurrence in London. This is an ongoing project across many sites and cities. Site 1 (pictured) depicts swimming in the Serpentine with the gold balloon.
We are always looking out for places that make the world feel really big in order to pinpoint them also.