This years Diwali mela took place in Albert Square, Manchester city centre. Spacecadet’s provided site decor and were a major part of the night time parade with their newly commissioned breathing lotus flower and giant inflatable elephant.
Diwali , ‘The Festival of Lights’ – signifies the end of darkness which stands for ignorance and the beginning of knowledge symbolized by lights. Lamps are lit as a sign of celebration and hope for mankind. Celebrations focus on lights and lamps, and fireworks. The festival commemorates the victory of Good over Evil.
Space Cadets in association with the Ulster Museum
First commissioned by the Storey Gallery, Lancaster, Space Pups is a unique installation of inflatable dogs suspended in the air above reach. Every two minutes they inflate and deflate, bringing the visitor into a calm understanding of the cycle of birth, death and rebirth within nature. For children, these large suspended pieces are captivating, attractive to watch and imbuing both a sense of calm and novelty – watching the pups come to life overhead.
Check out these inflatable heads we made for Brass Arts as part of the Barnaby arts trail.
Fri 14 June, 6.30pm-9pm
Sat 15 – Thur 20 June, Mon 24 – Sun 30 June: 10am-5pm DAILY
Checkout the giant balloons Spacecadets made for the ‘We Love Manchester’ charity on the massive Manchester Day Parade, 2nd June 2013. It was the first time We love Manchester have been part of the parade so they wanted a big image to create as much impact as possible. They were vey happy with our designs.
Catch the inflatable imove pod at Hebden Bridge arts festival on Sunday 30th June for some magic story telling with Chol Theatre.
Town Hall courtyard, Four intimate shows between 12 noon – 4pm, Free